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18-19 Impact Report
18 villages participating, 250 meetings, 1,000 Mvule trees, 350 Musizi trees, and 25 goats.
Average men attendance: 12
Average women attendance: 22
Average total attendance: 34
Monthly Cost: $2,513
IMPACT = 600+ people in 18 villages with stronger community, reforested land, and economic opportunity.
4 employees, 15 villages participating, 207 visits made.
Monthly Cost: $1,990
IMPACT = 225+ women with safe, fuel-efficient stoves and a non-smoky cooking hut. Hundreds of children saved from potential of burns.
2 employees, 5 schools, 46 visits to schools, 96 community lessons.
Average boy students: 39
Average girl students: 49
Average total students: 89
Average fathers attended: 7
Average mothers attended: 9
Monthly Cost: $1,935
IMPACT = 445+ students with life skills training, 80+ parents, mentors, and teachers trained and equipped to continue building those skills at home and in the classroom.
2 employees, 9 villages participating, 134 meetings.
Average men attendance: 9
Average women attendance: 19
Average total attendance: 29
Monthly Cost: $1,737
IMPACT = 261+ people with bible training, basic health advice, and spiritual guidance from Ida.
5 employees, 36 Villages, 452 visits, 6 new wells drilled, 9 wells repaired, 59 community led sanitation meetings, 210 water community meetings.
Community Led Sanitation community meetings
Average total attendance: 41
Water Community meetings
Average total attendance: 40
Open Defecation and Pit Latrine statistics:
Avg. starting percentage of village open defecation & lack of pit latrines upon Kibo’s arrival:
39% w/open defecation
50.9% w/no pit latrine
Avg. percentage in same villages of open defecation & no pit latrine after our 3rd survey:
3.9 % w/open defecation
4.6% w/no pit latrine
Monthly Cost: $8,813
IMPACT = 3,300+ people with new access to clean water, 4,950+ people with restored access to clean water, 1,476 CLTS committee participants, 1,440 water committee participants, 250+ community led meetings, essential hygiene and sanitation training, dramatic reduction in open defecation and astounding rise in number of pit latrines. Healthier communities all around.
4 employees (Country Director, Accountant, Administrator, Cashier), and all admin expenses in Uganda: