Ibutwa Blog

January 20, 2017

This sustainable livelihoods report has been prepared by Pelagie and edited by Kangele bin Kazembe Alidor in Uvira on December 25th, 2016.

I have summarized this report on a few of the women who are far enough on their healing journey to generate income for their families. This brings all of the volunteers & recipients of Ibutwa great joy!

Nabaia Narutonde’s first agricultural activity began with raising goats. Since that helped her make profit, she agreed to merge with another recipient of Ibutwa, named Chuki. Once Chuki received her microfinance, th...

January 7, 2017

This is what remains of Wabiwa Wakusombas bakery that was funded through our sustainable livelihood project in 2015. Since receiving the micro finance, she was making a steady income baking bread for locals but unfortunately it was washed away in November due to heavy rains. This has blocked her from making money to support her family and healing process, which is why all of us at ibutwa would be honored to raise enough money so we can revitalize her business.

Volunteers for Ibutwa tried to raise money to modernize her business over the summer of 20...

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