Submitted by Editor on Wed, 03/21/2018 - 12:31
Home bound elderly with a solar light

In January 2018, KACCAD was privileged to have distributed 275 lights to students and handicapped in Wakiso and Gomba districts with a grant provided by our partner Let There Be Light International. 150 pico lights allocated to VIPs were distributed during physiotherapy mobile clinics in Gomba and Wakiso districts.

In January 2018, KACCAD was awarded yet another grant which was used to solar electrify Kagogo Health Center II and Kabigi Health Center II in the Bukomansimbi district.

We are thankful yet again for a grant to electrify two health clinics in the Kyankwanzi district furnished by our partner Let There Be Light International. This project implementation is to commence in the first week of April 2018.

We are also more appreciative of a grant from the Rotary Club of Moorestown for the purchase and distribution of the Solar Schools Uganda project. Beneficiary schools Include:-Nabukalu primary school and Buloba Church of Uganda primary school in Wakiso district.

And two schools in the Bukomansimbi district which include:- Hope Junior School Summer and Junior Academy, and Bulenge Muslim primary school. The implementation of this project is to start from 26th March to 30th March 2018. We are very privileged to distribute the 550 pico lights to students and teachers in these schools.

                                                      #A little light can go a long way

 This month our outreach Educator Caroline Mwebaza published a blog post about Ninsiima Sarah a handicapped child living in Katale village,Seguku parish,Wakiso district.