History - 1994 to 2007
Sponsorship scheme started with 6 children
Kikumbi church roof constructed
1995 - 2000
Lay Reader training
Projects at Mityana Junior School teachers' accommodation electricity, Glenburnie Butega school - buildings, sewing machine for tailoring class, animal projects - goats, chickens, silk farm
Orphanage classroom built with Tim Gomm and a group of youth and adults from St Sebastian's church
Training of Rev Frederick Kanyoni
Temporary classrooms at the orphanage
Replacement gutters at Mityana hospital
2001 - 2004
Other classrooms built at Orphanage(with help from other funders from OASIS)
Training of Rev Mishaka Lubega
Beds bought for dormitory at orphanage
Clothes given for newborns at the hospital
Pigs and shelter built at orphanage.class="tinycentre"> Immunisation and worming of children at the Orphanage
Orphanage boys dormitory (skeleton building bought and converted). New latrine built at orphanage. 2 cows and a shelter at Orphanage
TrTraining of Rev Eridard Nsubuga
Orphanage boys dormitory (skeleton building bought and converted). New latrine built at orphanage. 2 cows and a shelter at Orphanage Classrooms, pit latrines and large hall (in conjunction with Whitchurch Deanery) at Mityana Junior school.
Neighbours ministry (Jethro and Loi now head at Nabukenya primary school) for disadvantaged girls - money for knitting needles, sewing machines and sewing materials to make uniforms to sell
Part payment of teachers salaries at Orphanage school
2005 - 2006
89 people trained as Birth Assistants, Laboratory Assistants or Veterinary Assistants. Each health clinic was presented with an essential copy of "When there is no doctor!"
Kyanamugera Health Centre II developed and a steriliser, gutters and water tank and solar panels bought and staff quarters built
Computers given to the Tropical college
1102 children sponsored
A pass on Pig Scheme started for Home Groups in Kabule Parish
First classrooms built at Nabukenya Primary school
Installation of a water tank at Bukwiri Health centre
200 mosquito nets distributed in Kyato community
Buwata Health centre got a water tank, a bicycle and also Maternity ward built.
Installation of a solar panel at Kyanamugera clinic, 2 bicycles donated and also staff quarters built.
A vaccine fridge from Government for Bamusuuta Health Unit.
Home based care for HIV/AIDS patients
500 Health workers trained as lower cadres to reach the rural parts of the diocese.
Provision of enough drugs to some of our Health centres thru Pull and Push program from Government.
Building a new Health unit- Good Shepherd clinic in Kiboga.
Oxen trained to pull plough and cart at Nabukenya Primary school
Mamumuvira classrooms (St Sebastian's youth)