CLEAN WATER FOR ABILONINO VILLAGE AND TOILET FOR ALEMI EXCELLENCE NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL
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With great pleasure, and in fighting coronavirus (covid-19) and reduction of epidermic deseases affecting our people, Orphan Aid Uganda would like to request your organization to help provide clean water and toilet for the named village and school above we care about.
Both village and school are found in ALEMI parish, Ayer sub-county, kole district in nerthan Uganda.
ABILONINO village have a high population with over 100 households.
Alango water (dirty water) is use by both people of ABILONINO and nebouring village (tee-atit), the water was cemented some 10 years ago by a good Samaritan.
ALEMI Excellence nursery and primary school is the only nearby school for the pupils in this village with 150 pupils schooling in, but has no proper toilet for the pupils, the school is using one door toilet given by neighbouring Catholic Church, but it’s not enough for them, putting the lives of this children at a risk of constructing dangerous diseases.
We will be grateful to reading your kind positive reply.
Secretary Orphan Aid Uganda.
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