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Amaha We Uganda (uk)
Amaha We Uganda (uk)
Food Crisis Lockdown 2

Food Crisis Lockdown 2

Why we need your help

As covid 19 infections soar in Uganda a second lockdown of 42 days has been imposed. One of the biggest challenges for the people we work with has been the closing of markets. The street boys rely on casual labour in the markets to provide food for themselves. The women rely on the markets to not only buy food for their families but also to run their small businesses providing them with an income.

School children have been sent home and therefore increased the number of people within the family who need feeding.

POn top of this the harvest was poor this season due to climate change- torrential rains during seed planting followed by drought.

Amaha We Uganda are raising emergency funding to;

1. Feed up to 70 street boys once a week in Customs and Kasese.

2. To help the churches provide food packages for the poorest of the poor within their communities.

Please consider donating to help reach our target. No donation is too small.

A meal for a street boy includes; Bundu, rice, meat and soda 

A food parcel for 4 people includes beans and maize flour.

1,590.00

raised towards 2,500.00 target

1590.00
2500.00

Supporters

Jul 26, 2021

Ali

Continuing to pray for our Ugandan friends

50.00
(plus 12.50 giftaid)

Jul 23, 2021

Yvonne Hailstone

50.00
(plus 12.50 giftaid)

Jul 22, 2021

Lesley and Laurie

25.00

Jul 21, 2021

Judith and Andrew

25.00
(plus 6.25 giftaid)

Jul 21, 2021

Linda and Girls

10.00
(plus 2.50 giftaid)

Jul 21, 2021

Rosie T

Praying and sending love at these challenging times.

60.00
(plus 15.00 giftaid)

Jul 21, 2021

Sue David Haysom

100.00
(plus 25.00 giftaid)

Jul 19, 2021

Charles Gibson

100.00
(plus 25.00 giftaid)

Jul 16, 2021

Mike

30.00
(plus 7.50 giftaid)

Jul 14, 2021

Anonymous

20.00
(plus 5.00 giftaid)

63

Total raised so far

1,590.00

Total plus Gift Aid 1,900.00

Direct donations

1,275.00

Raised offline 315.00

Fundraising pages

0.00

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