Presentation on theme: "Introducing WARM AFRICAN HEARTS long term charity projects in eastern Africa by: Jana Dular."— Presentation transcript:
Introducing WARM AFRICAN HEARTS long term charity projects in eastern Africa by: Jana Dular
GO TO THE PEOPLE, LIVE WITH THEM, LEARN FROM THEM, LOVE THEM. START WITH WHAT THEY KNOW, BUILD WITH WHAT THEY HAVE. BUT OF THE BEST LEADERS WHEN THE JOB IS DONE, THE TASK ACCOMPLISHED, THE PEOPLE WILL SAY: WE HAVE DONE IT OURSELVES! Lao Tzu
Long-term sustainable Projects from a Slovenian Law graduate Jana Dular, who volunteered for over a year in Eastern Africa Starting in October 2008-up to present
Orphanage in Arusha (Tanzania) 9 weeks of volunteering (teaching and taking care of 30 orphans) Signing 15 of them into a Private English Primary School for 7 years cooperation with Rotary Club Dolenjske Toplice, Slovenia and other donators.
Building a school for Maasai children FACT: Maasai society is neglected by the Tanzanian government because of their nomadic lifestyle Co-financing the construcion and furnishing of 4 classrooms and 2 dormitories in cooperation with Rotary Club Novo mesto, Slovenia and other donators
Batwa/Pygmy society in Uganda FACT: Batwa/Pygmy society has been forced out of their primary lands and are treated a sub- human race. Going back to their original lands is prosecuted by law. FACT: Government has declared their primary lands as a natural habitat for gorillas and is making huge amounts of money due to tourist interrest. FACT: Only Batwa/Pygmy people are prohibited from entering the natural habitat, since they are hunters, nevetheless they do not hunt gorillas.
Project with Batwa/Pygmy society in Uganda Buying hens and building chicken coops, so every kid (500 kids in 5 societies) gets an egg a day, to statisfy the daily protein needs. Inflated stomach is a sign of protein defficiency. Chicken coop Planting 1.500 kg of potatoes and beans for 5 societies. Building bamboo houses for families.
Edirisa Smiles Learning leading skills Manager of Ugandan organisation for nine months. Planning and conducting of workshops for primary school children at three rural schools. Overseeing the work at Edirisa Nursery School. Administration, accounting and organizing work Human resource management of local staff and international volunteers
Special Needs Education Centre FACT: Children with special needs are excepted as a devil seeds in Uganda. Parents believe that they were cursed for their past sins. FACT: They are hidden from the society, neglected and emotionally banned. FACT: In south-eastern part of Uganda are 3000 known cases, but there is only one center with 75 children where Jana has assisted.
Special Needs Education Centre Primary goal was to improve the poor standards of the centre. Installing windows, planting seeds, coloring the classrooms and dormitories. Before After
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