Statusreport April 2015

TORO BABIES HOME                                                                           06/4/2015

REPORT.

The home is caring for twenty six (26) children of these 14 are girls and 12 boys.

CHILDREN’S WELFARE.

On 15/2/2015 Caroline Kengonzi 1 week old was admitted after her mother’s death from Kyaka Refugee Camp –Kyegegwa.

On8/3/2015 Alex Mugabo aged 4 years was resettled at his father’s home in good health.

On 8/3/2015 Rachael Kirungi was admitted to Kabarole Hospital after a sever epileptic fits improved and was discharged.

STAFF WELFARE.

Due to insufficient funds 5 staff members were relieved of their duties until further notice.

SOURCES OF INCOME OR SUSTAINANCE OF TORO BABIES HOME CURRENTLY.

  1. PROJECTS.

Kasiisi projects.

We have 3 cows and we can now produce four (4) liters of milk daily.

A few bananas and potatoes-valued at shs.60, 000 (sixty thousand) only monthly.

KAGOTE PROJECT.

Some bananas and fruits have been collected valued at 30,000/= monthly

2.TRACTOR.

The tractor would be getting us some funds but it has many breakdown which costed us 2,900,000 out of the 3,487,000 collected remaining with almost nothing after deducting drivers allowance 290,000 UGX.

DONORS.

  1. Currently Toro Babies Home has one donor from Norway through an organization based in Uganda called Toro Child care centre which started with 9 million dropped to 7 million and currently 4 million and giving a reason of drop due to the economic situation at home in Norway.Which leaves many of the votes in the budget un
  1. Friends in German who support Education of Children who grew up in Toro Babies Home but later resettled to their Homes with a budget of around 4,000,000 million a year.

Apart from these two we do not have any other international donor but we also receive local donations of items like food some times.

STRENGTH.

It has helped vulnerable children for over 44 years.

CHALLENGES.

Failure to obtain sufficient funds to run the organization

Failure to educate children with special needs.

PLANS.

  • To sign a new memorandum of understanding with another group of well- wishers who want work with Toro Babies Home to see babies survive other than dyeing in villages due to lack of care so that the main objective of Toro Babies Home is met other than closing it.
  • To have a sustainability project that can help in time of crisis.

 

Reported by  Toro Babies Home Management