Lady Fatema Charitable Trust Mahe Ramadhan 1433 AH - Individual Family Distribution Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya, Mombasa
Area: West Coast region
District: Kinango District : Chengoni center
Kinango District covers an area of about 4008 sq. kms. The district borders Kilindini District to the North-east,
Second Live Goats Micro Finance Project of The Lady Fatemah Trust in Tanzania Assists One family with 15 members - At the cost of US£ 250.00
Mzee Salim Hemedi, a 74 year old, BABU (old man) lives in the shanty area of Unga Ltd in Arusha. He is instrumental in the well-being of his neighbours, as he goes around trying to make life easy for all around him.
The second batch of the LIVE GOATS project in Arusha, funded by The Lady Fatema Trust’s has been appreciated by his whole family. This family consists of a wife, nine children and 5 orphans. All his nine children are married and live their own lives.
How will these goats assist him?
Quarterly Report (April to June 2012) of KIBOWA ORPHANAGE POULTRY PROJECT
KIBOWA Orphanage, situated in Lemara area, Arusha, Tanzania, is a small haven for 45 children run by two very dedicated ladies, Mama Amina and Mama Mchome. Over the years it has progressed well, and the two ladies managing the orphanage are now trying their utmost to make the orphanage relatively self-sufficient through a poultry project, kindly started off by Lady Fatema Trust, UK, in April 2011. Over the past year two more assistants have joined in, namely Sofia and Mama John. They are now being given more responsibilities, to ensure the orphans are given good care.
Children of Uhuru Special Needs School, Arusha enjoying their meal. Kindly sponsored by The Lady Fatemah Trust.
Water Tank ( ‘Berket’ ) and well project in Bulla Hagar, a remote village Wajir County, Kenya Progress Report No 2
Population to benefit from project: 140 households (80 are those displaced from fighting in Moyale district, 60 are local)- approx. 700 people. the displaced people are Somali. They have moved with all their livestock and don't have plans to return to Moyale. Wish to settle in new location.
2 medical camps was organised recently by local health personnel. included nutrition assessment, immunisation, medicines for common diseases. Detected malnutrition, diarrhoea, malaria and eye diseases. CHEpS contributed eye drops which were used to treat eye conditions during the camps.
Progress: People mobilised, construction items being bought, team brought together
Well under Construction
- Water Tank ( ‘Berket’ ) and well project in Bulla Hagar, a remote village Wajir County, Kenya Progress Report No 1
- First Live Goats Micro Finance Project of The Lady Fatemah Trust in Tanzania
- Quarterly Report (October to December 2011) of KIBOWA Poultry Project
- LFT assists 12 more Amputee cases in Tanzania bring total number of Amputees to 140