St. Francis Rehabilitation Centre has received a grant of 10 million UGX from the Uganda government Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development to help set up an income-generating activity to supplement the centre’s income. The grant will be used to construct a piggery house and purchase pigs.
The piggery house is currently under construction and is expected to be completed by the end of this month. The pigs will be stocked by the end of the month as well. The piggery will be managed by the centre’s staff and the proceeds from the sale of the pigs will be used to support the centre’s programs.
Income-generating to help sustain St. Francis
The centre’s director, Sister Sylvia Aketch, expressed her gratitude to the government for the grant and said that the piggery will be a valuable asset to the centre. She said that the piggery will provide the centre with a sustainable source of income and will help to improve the lives of the people with disabilities who are served by the centre.
The centre is committed to providing quality care and services to people with disabilities. The piggery will help the centre to achieve its goal of providing sustainable and independent living options for people with disabilities.
Piggery House Construction Photos
Attached are photos of the piggery house setting up. We are excited to see this project come to life and we are grateful for the support of our donors.
Thank You to Our Donors
We would like to thank all of our donors who made this project possible. Your donations and hard work helped us to secure the grant from the government and to begin construction on the piggery house. We are so grateful for your support.
We will continue to provide updates on the progress of the piggery project. We hope that you will continue to support our work and help us to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.