Project information

relief for flood victims

In parts of the region heavy rains have destroyed the crops and homes of thousands of very poor communities resulting in high incidence of malaria and hunger .The need is to provide food aid ,means to reestablish food production and mosquito nets for large numbers of families to help them recover

January 2011 - March 2011

Charity information

teso development trust

teso development trust
  • Need


    hunger,disease,community disruption .homelessness in a very poor community that has suffered from insurgency and drought in the past 5 years


    provision of food aid ,the means to reestablish farming and protection against mosqitoes

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    to provide urgent food aid


    » provision of consignments of urgent food basic s

    Success will the survival of the community and nil malnutrition

    Aim 2

    to provide seeds for agriculture


    » consignmenst of seed and cassava roots

    Success will be.establshmenst of health new crops next spring

    Aim 3

    to protect against outbreaks of malaria


    » mosquiot net supply and basic health education

    Success will increase in the level of malaria

  • Impact


    stabilsation of a disrupted community and better long term food security


    long expereince of our partners in undertaking thsi work who are locally based and know the community well


    website reports snf we publsih a quarterly newsletter based on feedback reports from our Teso partners on the ground

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £22,500

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      Amount Heading Description
      £2,500 administration transport ,procurement costs
      £5,000 health mosquito nets at £3 each
      £10,000 food aid beans and maize
      £5,000 agriculture seed and cassava roots

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    donations £3,000 Guaranteed
  • Background


    amuria in the north part of the Teso region,Uganda


    a population that suffered from complete destruction in the LRA insurgency of 2003/4 and has been slowly reurning to normal despite flooding in 2007 and drought in 2008 .Some live in temporary camps with minimal facilities -the poorest of the poor

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    we have worked in the region for 25 years with our local Church partners who are locally based

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Dave Watts

    the administrator in UK who liases with our Teso delivery partners and the funders ,donors and supporters in the UK

    Stephen Okiror

    undertakes the delivery in Teso as development officer for the Pentecostal Assemblies of God