Accomplishments

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PROJECTS – 2013 During the spring trip, IHA volunteers met with 15 community members at God’s Grace School and discussed a project in which families would plant five trees periodically when they collect firewood. Two weeks later, some 60 community members met with a Uganda forest ranger to discuss the project. The Buyaga Environment Conservation […]

Solar Education Project

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With a very large donation of approx. 300 used solar panels, IHA plans to install solar power in 50 rural schools (and 10 hospitals/clinics) in Uganda.  Each school will be provided with one to two laptop computers with learning software.  This project will provide additional educational opportunities for an estimated 10,000 children.                                                             In 2013 […]

Microloan Program

Starting with one loan in 2009,  IHA has made loans to 29 women managed associations and one male association involving some 400 families in rural communities of Uganda.  Each association is loaned an initial 400,000 shillings (approximately $160) at 10% per year interest to start a self-sustaining business.  If the loan is paid  back, the group becomes […]

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