In an effort to contribute to the welfare of people of Ntoroko, a team of CSOs namely RIC-NET, RIDE-Africa, RWECO, KALI, and Good Hope Foundation for Rural Development set out on the 11th November 2014 to reach out to the communities that were severely affected by the floods early November. The team had a meeting first with the District Vice chairman and the ACAO at the kibuuku District headquarters where they were informed that the Disaster that hit the area was caused by climatic changes, lack of channels for the water to flow when river semliki is full to capacity, the team learnt that such a flood had last hit in 1930s and as a result the communities had relaxed.
|CSOs in a meeting at Ntoroko DLG|
In terms of the way forward the District has been reached by the OPM, minister of Disaster to assess the extent of the flood destruction and also to design mitigation measures for the future.
|Giving out clothes to Children who lost their clothes during the flaods|
The Districts leaders also guided the CSOs that the severely hit communities were in Budiiba Parish (Villages of Budiiba 1, Budiiba II, Kinyamwobe and Kakatorogo) in Butungama Sub county. The team moved to Budiiba primary school and worked with the school administration and the Local council leaders to receive the donations to the community.
|RIC-NET staff Joselyne on the Right, Jimmy Odyek, RWECO Coordinator in the middle with Eunice RIDE -Africa|
Among the items donated were 10 boxes of soap, 10 Bags of Rice, a small water Tank, and clothes to the children of Budiiba primary school
The staff that participated in the Activity was kyomuhendo Joselyne, Program Manager RIC-NET, Shaban Mugume ICT officer Ntoroko DLG, Odyek Jimmy Coordinator RWECO, Sheila kenjingo, M& E officer RWECO, Sam from Good Hope Foundation and kabugho Jovia- KALI.
|Distibuting Clothes to the Children|
|At Budiiba Primary school|