How We are Supporting the Poorest People at Lake Bunyonyi During the Second Lockdown

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As mentioned in this previous article, Uganda has been in a strict lockdown since June 18 due to the increasing number of COVID infections. The lockdown has been declared for at least 42 days. With millions of people still not having overcome the economic and social impact of last year’s lockdown on their lives, the consequences of this second lockdown for the already so poor population are incalculable. Poverty is increasing very fast; every day many people, both adults and children are dying from hunger. The situation is very urgent.

As HWMCO-Nederland & NiCA Foundation, we are offering help by regularly providing emergency food to the poorest in our work area at Lake Bunyonyi.

In the photo sliders below, we will post photos of our emergency food providences throughout the coming months, adding more photos after each distribution.

 

Please support us in helping the poorest, most vulnerable people at Lake Bunyonyi
survive this crisis by making a donation today.

There are several options to donate:

– Using the PayPal donation button on our website,
or transferring manually through PayPal using hwmco-nederland@outlook.com

– Transferring the amount to our Dutch bank account in the name of Stichting HWMCO-Nederland,
using IBAN code NL56 INGB 0007 7485 36;
if you donate from outside Europe, also the BIC code INGNL2A will be required.

– If you are donating from Uganda or a surrounding country,
you may use our Ugandan bank account in the name of Nicky’s Care for Africa Foundation,
using no. 1045201062094 (Equity Bank Kabale).

It cannot be emphasized enough that, since we are a small private foundation with very short lines,
100% of donations directly goes to those who need our help.

Every donation, no matter how small, will as always be highly appreciated.

 

 

We thank our faithful donators, as well as Foundation Molenaar-Sieperda, for already standing with us in this.

 

Related articles:
How We Want to Offer Help at Lake Bunyonyi During the Corona Crisis
The Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic are Falling Disproportionally on Most Vulnerable Groups as the Batwa
Punishment Island in Lake Bunyonyi, a Place Where Unmarried Pregnant Girls Were Left To Die 

 

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‘We Fight Poverty by Bringing Development.’

 

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