Kodumela

Kodumela

After 10 years of support to Kodumela, World Vision is satisfied that enough work has been done to

enable the community to continue in a self-sufficient manner without further support.

During this time Choko has raised an amazing £150,000

Choko funded success stories

  • setting up a sustainable piggery
  • a gardening project, including installing and training on irrigation systems
  • an education programme to make mothers aware of the benefits of immunisation
  • a rainwater harvesting project which provided improved access to productive water, and trained the community in water-efficient gardening and small-scale agriculture
  • a purpose-built centre for people with disabilities
  • an industrial sewing machine for a women’s co-operative making linens
  • a grinding machine
  • start-up equipment and training for ladies who make beadwork
  • learning materials for a crèche
  • a cooker for an orphan feeding station.
  • an intervention programme to support children with Special Educational Needs

A message from Kodumela

These children at the Morabudi Centre for people with disabilities have sent us this message:

The Morabudi disabled centre, completed in 2012

The Morabudi disabled centre, completed in 2012

“Thank you so much for being there for us. The centre is so beautiful. Thank you for looking after us. You make us want to live, we are never in despair because we know that somewhere some people care and appreciate us as we are. Thank you.”