During the TDT visit to Teso in June / July we witnessed the desperate food shortage that is quickly developing in Amuria. The flooding at the end of last year destroyed the majority of crops that would have fed the people through to the spring. This has been followed by
The Soroti Women’s Co-operative Limited Union (SOWCUL) is continuing to grow in size and effectiveness as it helps communities harness the power of Village Savings and Loans Associations (VLSA’s). These associations operate by people in a community all saving into the same ‘pot’ of money. From that ‘pot’ various loans
Over the past few months there has been a lot of discussion about producing a children’s Bible in Ateso. The Bible will contain a number of the Gospel stories paraphrased from the Ateso Bible, which is currently being revised. The Children’s Bible will also contain the English translation, and is
A brand new security fence has been installed at the Nagariam Vocational College, funded by TDT. This makes the site, with class-rooms, dormitories and a borehole, much more secure. It also paves the way for further development of the college which includes a welding workshop, connecting electricity and providing a
The latest reports from the Education Department of the Soroti Church of Uganda Diocese and VERY encouraging. Below are some of the highlights from 2015 (where the project has been supported by TDT this is highlighted): • 43 vulnerable children trained in brick-laying / tailoring / carpentry at Ngariam Technical
The autumn rains during 2014 and 2015 resulted in wide-spread floods that brought much misery to the people in the north of Teso, particularly in the Amuria area. TDT sent £10,000 to provide relief during those floods – providing emergency food, water purification tablets and tarpaulins. This has been a
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In November, TDT were able to send £3000 to the flood-hit areas of Amuria. The flooding has been worse this year, destroying the homes and crops of 1000’s of people. Through the generosity of our UK partners, and with the hard work of PAG Kido (the Pentecostal Assemblies of God