Safe water has been one of the major challenges faced by locals in Uganda rural villages and has continuously risen to level where it has caused illness and deaths mysteriously. These vulnerable groups of the young and elderly often have to walk miles every day in search of clean water in extremely heavy containers back to in villages. Such straining hustles have in turn affected young school children by having to travel long distances every after lessons there by limiting their concentration paces and putting their lives at risk.
It is for that cause that Alice Dora Foundation (ADF) has come up to put an end to such kind of hard life. ADF is a non-profit organization established to touch hearts in the rural villages that are in need. They aim at improving the well-being of the most vulnerable groups of people; especially the young and elderly.
The Alice Dora Foundation was founded by Alice Dora Nankinga (R.I.P) 1992-2018 and has since then built on the legacy through tirelessly touching the souls of the needy and providing education opportunities to children who are in need. The overall objective of the foundation is to provide the basis for strengthening personnel and institutional capacities at local, provincial and national levels in policy design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of literacy and non-formal education.
The foundation will also provide technical support for strengthening capacity-building for training of all types of literacy personnel, including strengthening the national capacities through face-to-face teaching, radio, and other communication channels. It will also support innovative projects and programmes with a view to reducing the alarming illiteracy rate in the country and promote “learning to live together”.
“In the midst of my grim chapter in life, my faith in humanity had been restored by my friend, and founder of ADF, Alice Dora Nankinga who had been working tirelessly around solutions towards the uplifting the vulnerable child and helpless.
She would have taught my generation a great deal about maturity and unselfishness — even though her journey ended late 2018 (R.I.P) “ – Wamala Mark Keron.
ADF will be in the village of Kayini-kamyokya in Mukono District this Saturday where they will interact with the community in the drive to provide water through setting up Bore holes.
We believe that every undeserved child and family should have the opportunity to drink safe water and by supporting the work of ADF, you can provide more water to vulnerable children and families than you ever thought possible.
Donate,www.alicedorafoundation.org or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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