Nsubuga Godfrey's Blog (7)

: Older people too have fundamental right to live in safer, secure and healthier environment.

It is not difficult to see an older person smiling given what you are offering to that person is genuine and originates from the bottom of your heart. Take a look at Norah aged 80 years old, a resident of Sitabaale village in Busukuma Sub County with a promising smile on seeing Community Hive Organization (CHO) team, university students and school pupils building and handed over a drying rake to her. She did not have where to put her utensils after wash. She also had…

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Added by Nsubuga Godfrey on April 28, 2015 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Internstudents from Makerere and Kampala International Universities were oriented by Community Hive Organisation on how to conduct a SALT visit in Sitabaale village targeting older persons

Activity 2.1: Conducted Stimulate, Appreciate, Learn and Transfer (SALT) visits

CHO staff, community youth and internship students from Makerere and KIU universities conducted SALT visits to the households of older persons in Sitabaale village. The purpose of the SALT visits was to find out how older persons live with their…

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Added by Nsubuga Godfrey on July 30, 2014 at 7:30pm — 2 Comments

Responding to Rituu's question of knowing the relationship between young people and older persons

Relationships between young people and older persons 

Majority of us know naturally that relationships are important and contribute a lot to our well being. We think about our own need to share happiness and sorrow with people we feel will help (Stimulate) us understand Appreciate what we are, Learn from what we do and Transfer what they have learnt and also accept to share what we want to reach at (VISION). Ideally these should be people…

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Added by Nsubuga Godfrey on July 1, 2014 at 5:30pm — 3 Comments

CLCP Concept stimuating community youth and older persons to respond to issues of poor hygiene and sanitation for older persons

Community Hive Organisation volunteer staff facilitating community on Community Life Competence towards improving hygiene and sanitation among older persons in Sitabaale village, Busukuma Sub-county- Wakiso District, through inter-generational approach.CHO is now much convinced that this community has the potential to disseminate CLCP concept to benefit other communities through conducting activities that address issues of poor hygiene and sanitation for older persons.…

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Added by Nsubuga Godfrey on May 23, 2014 at 7:52pm — 2 Comments

HOW COMMUNITY CAN MEASURE COMMUNITY RESPONSE?

Dear friends;

Community engagement in any community Development Intervention is paramount in that there is that sense of ownership and responsibilities created in them. Long-term sustainability is ensured even when funding has phased out.

Through CLCP community is empowered to keenly come up with viable innovations to…

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Added by Nsubuga Godfrey on March 28, 2014 at 6:07pm — No Comments

Why Monitoring and Evaluation important?

Dear friends on the Constellation social network, it is a pleasure to share with you the link between M&E and project success.

Monitoring and Evaluation are key aspects in…

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Added by Nsubuga Godfrey on March 24, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Share wakiso district plan and progress on community life competence

Wakiso District facilitators brainstorming about the district vision/dream through Focus Group Discussions.…

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Added by Nsubuga Godfrey on March 22, 2014 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

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