Project information

Mosquito nets

Hundreds of children die from malaria each day in Uganda.

Please give just £5.00 and this will buy one net. Do not be too embarrassed to give this small amount (or an even smaller one – if it is all you can afford). Every penny counts.


Charity information

Mityana Charity

Mityana Charity logo
  • Need


    Hundreds of children are dying unnecessarily from malaria each day in Uganda.


    By buying nets for these children many lives will be saved.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To purchase as many nets as possible for the children


    » David is running an online donation and aiming to get £3300
    » Lynda is being sponsored in the Bristol 10K run

    Success will be...when the nets are given to the children and they are using them.

  • Impact


    Malaria will start to decrease and the children will not be reinfected. Sponsore children and borders at schools can easily be monitored.


    Children are afriad to be under a net. A health worker gives talks to the children.


    Through photos and reports/newsletters

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £3,720

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      Amount Heading Description
      £1,000 Nets Nets for all the orphanage school
      £220 Nets Nets for St Annie's school
      £1,000 Nets Nets for Mauvumira school
      £1,000 Nets Nets for Nabukennya school
      £500 Nets Nets for new born and pregnant mums

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    Blizzard £220 Guaranteed
    Riley £3,000 Guaranteed
    Various £280 Guaranteed
  • Background


    Mityana Diocese is an aea 50 miles north west of Kampala., Uganda. It is a lush countryside and fertile. The people are subsistence farmers and most live in mud homes.


    The children will benefit from having better health, can then attend school more regularly.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We are in close contact with the schools through our sponsorship scheme.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Geoffrey Kinwaale

    Ugandan project coordinator in Mityana

    Moses Ssemugooma

    Health coordinator of the charity

So many people queued for a net.

So many people queued for a net.


Will buy a net

The people queued for hours to get the mosquito nets. We need more!