To establish alternative income generating activities for country lights ministry so as to serve God better while contributing meaningfully to the community.
Hope Poultry Farming is a business plan designed to assist Country Lights ministry to improve on its finances so as to enable us serve God and our community better especially the young people. It is part of our five year broader community outreach plan “community first”. It is carried out with the support of our volunteers and country lights members.
The direct beneficiaries of this project are country light children, community members and the ministries itself; as we hope that this will enable us take more of these children to school with out many struggles, train the community in modern poultry farming composite manure development and water harvesting as well as improving the ministry finances. The young people in the community are also going to benefit from the trainings, improved breeds and incomes
Purpose of the project
- To set up a demonstrational modern commercial poultry production centre.
- To improve on the organization’s financial capacity.
- To train young people in alternative income generating activities and employment.
- To make the project profitable.
At Country Lights Uganda, our self-sustainability initiatives are critical for continuing development. The purpose is to generate income to sustain country lights activities and create a training component and employment opportunities for country lights young adults. Country lights Uganda operates poultry keeping that provide egg supplies to the villages we operate in. The birds currently produce eggs for Country Lights Children beneficiaries.
Country lights sustainability initiatives are critical for continuing development. The purpose is three-fold;
1) To generate income to sustain Country Lights activities, caring for vulnerable children and youth
2) Create a training component for Country Lights young people to become future business leaders
3) Create employment opportunities for Country Lights young people and the extended community, and therefore
4) To facilitate community transformation