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HFU donates Healthcare equipment to Buyende district.
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HFU donates Healthcare equipment to Buyende district.

Humanity First Uganda under Community Care programme donated healthcare supplies and mobility equipment for the disabled in Buyende district. The items were donated on Friday, 29th July 2022 to Kidera Health Center IV in Buyende district in Eastern Uganda. The items were donated to the Health Center to help on the improvement of Health provision...

Humanity First Uganda Qurbani
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Humanity First Uganda Qurbani

Every year, Muslims around the world celebrate Eid-ul-Adha. Eid-ul-Adha marks the completion of the pilgrimage to Mecca by Muslims from all around the world on the tenth day of the Islamic Month of Zul Haj. To properly end the pilgrimage, Muslims sacrifice an animal, this is known as Qurbani. The reason sacrifices are made, is...

HFI Holds All Hands Management Conference
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HFI Holds All Hands Management Conference

Humanity First International holds all hands management conference. Exciting sessions were held throughout the day at the #AllHands including; updates on past/upcoming projects, core values and team building exercises. Humanity First Uganda was represented by Mr. Jamil Manoga; the Country’s Relationship Manager in UK.

HFU donates learning materials to school for blind
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HFU donates learning materials to school for blind

Humanity First  Uganda, donated scholastic materials and equipment to St. Francis Secondary School for the Blind – Madera in Soroti district. The items will boosted the academic performance of students with disabilities. The donated items included 100 boxes of braille paper and playing footballs, which were meant to boost the academic performance of students with...

Humanity First Uganda pays school fees for orphans
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Humanity First Uganda pays school fees for orphans

Humanity First Uganda pays fees for orphans in primary schools. The 25 orphans in primary section that are being sponsored by Humanity First Uganda in two different schools include 10 of them who are at Ahmadiyya Muslim primary School Mbikko in Buikwe district and 15 at Buyende Grammar school. In Buyende district. HFU pays for...

Humanity First Donates Computers to Sironko District
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Humanity First Donates Computers to Sironko District

Humanity First Uganda donated computers and accessories to the people of Sironko to establish a skills training center for the local communities. The computers were handed over to the District Councilor on behalf of the community. The youths in the district villages received them and started computer training and many have been able to get...

Humanity First Uganda Donates Uniforms to Nanyontso  C/U Primary School
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Humanity First Uganda Donates Uniforms to Nanyontso C/U Primary School

Many of the schools in Uganda under government care are faced with a number of problems ranging from limited finances to run the schools due to the poverty of the parents who cannot sustain the students in school in spite of the government intervention of providing free primary education. Due to this many of the...

Butalega farmers get rice milling machine
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Butalega farmers get rice milling machine

The local farmers of Namehere village in Butaleja district got rice milling machine to help them mill their rice harvest. This came as a surprise to many as they never expected as rescue in the times of disaster that hit them in early Aril 2010 after heavy rains destroyed their crops to nothing. The machine...

Humanity First Uganda Donates Scholastics to Bugangaizi West County
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Humanity First Uganda Donates Scholastics to Bugangaizi West County

Humanity First International Uganda donated the Exam Printing Machine worth UGX. 10 million to Bugangaizi West County Kibaale district for printing tests and other scholastic materials that would relieve head teachers in both primary and secondary schools in the district from the burden of travelling to Kampala to print test papers and exams. Risograph (...

Humanity First Uganda Trains Medical Clinical Officers
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Humanity First Uganda Trains Medical Clinical Officers

Humanity First Uganda trained over 200 medical officers in Basic Life Support. The training was conducted by a team of Humanity First International medical doctors from UK from 17th November 2009 to 30th November 2009, The two doctors from HFI – UK, Mr. Karl and Mark (Medical Officers) arrived in Uganda and performed Health training...

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