Author: Baluku James

RuFI Uganda registered as NGO

Having been operating as a community based organization (CBO) since its birth in 2011, today RuFI Uganda has moved a step in its status and now registered as a non-governmental organization. The process that was started in 2018 has today yielded fruits. Having been passed in all levels of verification, a certificate of registration and a 5years working permit we issued and received by Mr. Yonah Matsitsi the organization’s programmes manager. RuFI Uganda is now eligible to operate and implement projects in six (6) districts of western Uganda in regard to the permit issued. In a special note as anRead More

The Secret of the Jerry Can

By: Herbert Wenk, Senior Expert Services, Germany Clear water is a precious resource. Even in the Rwenzori region where rain is abundant. But only a few water taps for drinking water are available which must be shared by many households. The yellow jerry cans to carry the water from the taps are therefore a common sight also in the Acholi quarters It happened one evening, that a mother ordered her young daughter to fetch the water needed for cooking and washing. The family was very poor and they only had one jerry can to carry the water in. The girlRead More