Kakaire and His Grandchildren Send a Big Thanks!
Kakaire Ausi is a 62 year old grandfather of 6 children from the Butongole Village of Uganda, where UVP has been working for the past three years. Kakaire is a retired teacher who took on farming later in life.
When asked why he bought a net, he says, "I have bought a net because this area has very many mosquitoes. My grandchildren have told me about malaria and I want to prevent myself from getting it. I am very grateful to UVP for providing me with a subsidized net. Thank you."
Kakaire asked us to pass on a big 'thank you' to you Kayla!
Then, the next day, I was browsing the See Your Impact website. I came across something that I just could pass up, the preschool teacher part of me just couldn't say no. I could give a preschooler in Colombia a new backpack full of notebooks, pencils, watercolors, brushes, crayons, and a toothbrush. I just had to do it!
Carolina received a new back to school kit! (how beautiful is she?)
Carolina was born on November 4, 2008. She lives in La Cruz, Medellín in Colombia with her mother that is an independent worker. She earns $75USD per month. Carolina loves to play with her dolls and working with clay.
Thank you for your donation, Kayla! You are helping Camila to build her dreams!
Seriously, I just love this website. I spent only $25 this month and I changed the lives of two people. Amazing.