2017 Achievements at a glance

  • 114,725 people in partnering communities were served as a result various interventions supported by International Needs Uganda (INUG) in 2017.
  • 3,106 Orphaned and vulnerable children (OVCs) were supported to access education, life skills, health care, spiritual and psychosocial support
  • 687 OVC parents received awareness creation on parenting, child rights, care and protection.
  • 2,199 Children accessed quality education at INUG Schools as a result child sponsorship
  • Capacities of 29 Child protection committee members with 203 volunteers was built and were involved in promotion of child rights
  • 39,891 cases received various preventive and curative medical care services at Makonge Community Health Centre IV (MCHC)
  • A staff quarter block of 3 units was constructed with supported from the parents of Buikwe Senior Secondary School
  • Academic performance of INUG supported Schools continued to impress with 99% passing primary leaving examinations (PLE), 97% passed Uganda certificate of education (UCE) and 8% passed Uganda advanced certificate (UACE) with at least 2 Principle passes.
  • 43,632 people were reached with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, 13,180 became born again and 6,482 received regular discipleship
  • 8,435 adults and children in 11 villages and … Schools in Buikwe Town Council and Najjembe Sub County received awareness creation on environmental health; personal hygiene and household sanitation.
  • 6,600 people in 1,100 farming households realized improved food security and incomes as a result of adapting improved farming practices
  • A five year strategic plan was drawn to guide operations of INUG
  • INUG acquired land lease title of 49 years for Makonge Primary School- Kiyindi and Makonge Community Health Centre IV of 25 acres from Ministry of Lands

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