Miky Project

School in Uganda

miKI project

1   MISSION

Shaping the minds of
children and reshaping
the minds of the Youth to
cause moral and practical
transformation towards
sustainable holistic
Development
MISSION KIDS AND YOUTH
MIKY UGANDA
Our Motto
We Can Make a Difference
SUMMARY ON MIKY INITIATIVES
Prepared by: Approved by:
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Introduction and Background
MIKY is thankful to God for the support availed by friends from Aberdeen Scotland; represented by Mrs.
Elizabeth Gatima, for AWGS (African Women Group Scotland) Rev. Edmond Gatima and Ms Valerie Taylor,
among other members of Torry St. Fitticks Church of Scotland Aberdeen. This update is sharing information on
MIKY initiatives with friends of Aberdeen Scotland.
MIKY focuses on moral and civic education, and domestication of the National Ethical Values.
Ethical Values Education
MIKY Uganda under the umbrella of INFOC (U) promotes the dissemination of Ethical Values through the
organised community-based groups and organisations of children, adolescents and youth. We focus on
promotion of practicing values beyond character values education. This justifies the MIKY motto “We can
make a Difference”. The pioneers of Mission Kids and Youth Club (MIKI) are now responsible Youth working in
different positions of responsibility. We praise God that MIKY members are widely found worthy and of
quality value addition to what they do in service to God. Some of them are pastors, Sunday school teachers,
heads of organisations, accountants, bankers and engineers to mention a few.
Mission Kids and Youth (MIKY) outreach program draws the attention of children and youth to the significance
of values/virtues to leadership and holistic development. One of the development initiatives is the MIKY
EDUCATION GIFT CIRCLE & TAILORING. The volunteering MIKY Coordinator is Mr. Nimurungi Assasira holder of
a bachelor’s degree in Social Work and Administration, and director of Christian Youth Leadership
Transformation groups.
Some of the key outputs of MIKY 2019.
 Writing, editing, printing and licensing of a resource book Mufirika Village kept the Coordinator and
Charlotte Mwesigye very busy the most part of end of 2018 up to now. Great progress has been made
however as the resource book is now at printing stage having passed all the necessary standard checks
by the Ministry of education and publishing house.
.Taught the values in line with the word of God at the Heights Camp that attracted over 100 children and
youth
• Established a tailoring group for needy girls at rural Rwanga Primary School led by a trained tailor Anita
to develop the skill towards self-reliance. Rwanga primary school is located 300 kilometres from the
capital of Uganda, Kampala.
• 300 children and youth members of the Boys and Girls Brigade of Uganda were reached during their
camp sessions through speaking engagements on the significance of the word of God, values and
virtues to enhance holistic development.
• 200 pupils at Namirembe Parents School were reached by holding various weekly workshops.
• 50 youth champions were identified and chosen from 10 Rural Secondary schools tasked with
promoting and practicing values in their schools.
• Talking trees to create awareness of National Ethical Values
• Distributed 2000 National Ethical Values leaflets to mothers and guardians of the children/youth
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IEC MATERIAL SAMPLE – BOOK STICKER, POSTERS, BANNERS, LEAFLETS
• Measuring the impact from the use of information, education and communication resource material.

         

BOYS AND GIRLS BRIGADE OF UGANDA CHILDREN AND ADOLSCENTS LEARNING THE
UGANDA NATIONAL ETHICAL VALUES

                           

Distribution of National Ethical Values leaflets to mothers, and guardians to instil in their children
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MIKY EDUCATION GIFT CIRCLE –
Sample of the school requirements pupils in need share at the beginning of term

                
Team leader Anita – Rwanga Rural Primary School Tailoring group

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CHARACTER, VALUES AND VIRTUES DEVELOPMENT AT HEIGHTS CAMP
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ETHICAL VALUES DISSEMINATION TOOL
Mufirika Village Reader’ book cover page
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MUFIRIKA VILLAGE READER’S BOOK
A multi – purpose reading book titled “Mufirika Village” was produced to enhance morality and civic
awareness. Mufirika Village reader’s book is a designated tool for the dissemination of the Ethical Values and
civic rights. The line Ministry of Ethics and Integrity through the Directorate of Ethics and Integrity have
endorsed “Mufirika Village” as a legitimate tool suitable for application in primary and ordinary levels of
education.
The Uganda National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC) evaluated and approved the application of
Mufirika Village readers’ book in schools across the country.
We acquired International Standard Book Number – ISBN 978-9970-9785-0-2 and Copyright @ 2019.
We have launched a Decade of Moral and Civic Values Dissemination, and our target is to reach at least two
million (2,000,000 PLUS CAMPAIGN) children, adolescents, youth, parents, guardians, teachers and people
with disabilities like the blind inclusive across the world through Mufirika Village readers book. It is a decade
because of the ten values we are promoting; respect, honesty, integrity, hard work, harmony, unity, justice &
fairness, patriotism, creativity and innovation. THE THEME – “SHAPING 2M+ TODAY FOR A BETTER FUTURE”
APPEAL – TAKE PART IN 2M+ CAMPAIGN
Stand Up to be counted as part of the men and women that contributed to achieve a better world order. Help
reward positive change inspired by one of the two million readers enabled to get a copy of Mufirika Village
Readers book. If you give a reward or donate more than two hundred copies (200); the book will bear a
customised sponsors page bearing details of your identity and contribution to this noble cause.
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SUMMARY OF ABERDEEN FRIENDS SUPPORT TO MIKY UGANDA
Detail Units Rate Amount
1
Values Book
Production
The printing of the Values books is pending the receipt of financial support to print copies to stock the rural schools’ libraries.
This is purposely to increase access to the resource book by the needy.
Office Space 4,350,000 Contribution to office space related costs (AWGS)
Editors 2 200,000
Two teachers edited the book; one from Primary school and another
from secondary school (V.T)
Book illustrator 1 275,000 (V.T)
Digital printing /
designing – colored 4 28000 112,000
Printing Copies below 200 in number are run by digital printing which
makes the small pieces of work very costly. (V.T)
Color digital printing
and designing 10 20800 208,000
Used cheaper paper to reduce unit price from 28,000 to 20,800 and
reduced page numbers from 56 to 52 (AWGS)
ISBN /Copy right 80,000 Formal registration of the book with – URSB and NLU agencies (V. T)
Public Gazette 450,000
60 days’ notice is given through URSB Gazette paper before issuing the
certificate of no duplication of book Title (AWGS)
Transport 130,000
Facilitation of Movement between offices, printers and working
partners and stakeholders in relation to the book altogether (V.T)
Book Publicity 107,000
Sub Total 1,562,000
2 Toilet Repair Masajja J2 School
400,000
The actual toilet repairs cost 350000/=, transport to and from the site
and communication until the work was complete (V.T)
3 Outreach Mobilization 250,000 M ityana, Mubende, Rukungiri, Kampala, Kihihi, Wakiso, Nakale (V.T)
4 Token Coordination 250,000 M s. Taylor Valerie gave INFOC (U) coordinator token (V.T.)
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Education
Gift Circle Reach the needy 17,115,000
Primary pupils in need assisted with school requirements, text books
and school fees support (V.T, E.D, AWGS, A.L, REV.ED & EL)
6 Heights Camp Children, and Youth 125,000
Contribution to welfare budget of camp teaching Ethical Values to 100
children and Youth held at Nagulu Primary school (AWGS)
7 Organisation Permit renewal 400,000 Ministry of Internal Affairs validation of program requirement (V.T)
Gross value of support – 24.552,000
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SUPPORT BY MS. VALERIE TAYLOR – (521 Pounds)
Detail Units Rate Amount
1
Values Book
Production
The printing of the Values books is pending the receipt of financial support to print copies to stock the rural schools’ libraries.
This is purposely to increase access to the resource book by the needy.
Editors 2 200,000
Two teachers edited the book; one from Primary school and another
from secondary school (V.T)
Book illustrator 1 275,000 (V.T)
Digital printing /
designing – colored 4 28000 112,000
Printing Copies below 200 in number are run by digital printing which
makes the small pieces of work very costly. (V.T)
ISBN /Copy right 80,000 Formal registration of the book with – URSB and NLU agencies (V. T)
Transport 130,000
Facilitation of Movement between offices, printers and working
partners and stakeholders in relation to the book altogether (V.T)
2
Toilet Pipe
Repair
Masajja J2 School
toilet pipe repair
1
650,000
400,000
The actual repairs cost 350000/=, transport to and from the site and
communication until the work was complete (V.T)
3 Outreach Mobilization 250,000 N ational Ethical Values dissemination program (V.T)
4 Token Coordinator 250,000 M s. Taylor Valerie gave coordinator out of pocket 50 pounds (V.T.)
5
Education Gift
Circle Reach the needy 625,000
Primary pupils in need were assisted with school requirements, and
textbooks (V.T)
Sub Total 2,322,000
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SUPPORT BY ENA DICKIE and ANN LUNDIE– (560 Pounds value)
Detail Units Rate Amount
Values Book
Production
The printing of the Values books is pending the receipt of financial support to print copies to stock the rural schools libraries.
This is purposely to increase access to the resource book by the needy.
1.
Education Gift
Circle Reach the needy 180,000
Primary pupils in need were assisted with school requirements (E. D)
2.400,000 Monetary Value of In Kind support sewing kits and machine (A L)
Sub Total 2,580,000
SUPPORT BY AFRICAN WOMENS’ GROUP SCOTLAND (AWGS) – (1,177 Pounds)
Detail Units Rate Amount
1
Values Book
Production
The printing of the Values books is pending the receipt of financial support to print copies to stock the rural schools
libraries. This is purposely to increase access to the resource book by the needy.
Color digital printing
and designing 10 20800 208,000
Used cheaper paper to reduce unit price from 28,000 to 20,800 and
reduced page numbers from 56 to 52 (AWGS)
Public Gazette 450,000
60 days’ notice is given through Uganda National Gazette paper before
issuing the certificate of no duplication of book Title (AWGS)
2 Heights Camp Children, and Youth 125,000
Contribution to welfare budget of camp teaching Ethical Values to 100
children and Youth held at Nagulu Primary school (AWGS)
3 Book Publicity 107,000 Posters (AWGS)
4 Office Space Contribution to rent 4,350,000 Contribution to office space fees (AWGS)
Sub Total 5,240,000
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SUPPORT BY REV. DR EDMOND AND MRS. GATIMA FAMILY – (3,640 pounds)
Detail Units Rate Amount
Values Book
Production
The printing of the Values books is pending the receipt of financial support to print copies to stock the rural schools’ libraries.
This is purposely to increase access to the resource book by the needy.
1
Education
Gift Circle Reach the needy 16,200,000
Six (6) primary school pupils school fees support and assistance with
school requirements (ED & EL)

 

 

Detail

Units     Rate  Amount

 Values Book  production

The printing of the Values books is pending the receipt of financial support to print copies to stock the rural schools’ libraries. This is purposely to increase access to the resource book by the needy.

Office Space

4,350,000

Contribution to office space related costs         (AWGS)

Editors

2. 200,000

Two teachers edited the book; one from Primary school and another from secondary school         (V.T)

Book illustrator

1 275,000

(V.T) 

Digital printing / designing – colored

4. 28000 112,000

Printing Copies below 200 in number are run by digital printing which makes the small pieces of work very costly. (V.T)

Color digital printing and designing

10 20800  208,000

Used cheaper paper to reduce unit price from 28,000 to 20,800 and reduced page numbers from 56 to 52 (AWGS)

ISBN /Copy right

80,000

Formal registration of the book with – URSB and NLU agencies (V. T)

Public Gazette

450,000

60 days’ notice is given through URSB Gazette paper before issuing the certificate of no duplication of book Title (AWGS)

Transport

130,000

Facilitation of Movement between offices, printers and working partners and stakeholders in relation to the book altogether (V.T)

 Book Publicity

107,000

Sub Total

1,562,000

2. Toilet Repair

Masajja J2 School

 400,000

The actual toilet repairs cost 350000/=, transport to and from the site and communication until the work was complete (V.T)

3. Outreach

Mobilization    250,000     

 Mityana, Mubende, Rukungiri, Kampala, Kihihi, Wakiso, Nakale  (V.T)

4. Token

Coordination     250,000       

Ms. Taylor Valerie gave INFOC (U) coordinator token (V.T.)

Education Gift Circle

Reach the needy

17,115,000

Primary pupils in need assisted with school requirements, text books and school fees support (V.T,  E.D,  AWGS, A.L, REV.ED & EL)

6

Heights Camp

Children, and Youth

125,000

Contribution to welfare budget of camp teaching Ethical Values to 100 children and Youth held at Nagulu Primary school (AWGS)

7. Organisation

Permit renewal

400,000

Ministry of Internal Affairs validation of program requirement (V.T)

 Gross value of support –  24.552,000

  

Detail

Units

Rate

Amount

 

1

Values Book Production

The printing of the Values books is pending the receipt of financial support to print copies to stock the rural schools’ libraries. This is purposely to increase access to the resource book by the needy.

  

Editors

2

 

200,000

Two teachers edited the book; one from Primary school and another from secondary school     (V.T)

  

Book illustrator

1

 

275,000

(V.T) 

  

Digital printing / designing – colored

4

28000

112,000

Printing Copies below 200 in number are run by digital printing which makes the small pieces of work very costly. (V.T)

  

ISBN /Copy right 

  

80,000

Formal registration of the book with – URSB and NLU agencies (V. T)

  

Transport

  

130,000

Facilitation of Movement between offices, printers and working partners and stakeholders in relation to the book altogether (V.T)

2

Toilet Pipe Repair

Masajja J2 School toilet pipe repair

           1

      650,000

                   400,000

The actual repairs cost 350000/=, transport to and from the site and communication until the work was complete (V.T)

3

Outreach

Mobilization

  

    250,000     

 National Ethical Values dissemination program (V.T)

4

Token

Coordinator

  

    250,000       

Ms. Taylor Valerie gave coordinator out of pocket 50 pounds (V.T.)

5

Education Gift Circle

Reach the needy

  

625,000

Primary pupils in need were assisted with school requirements, and textbooks (V.T)

 

 

   

 

 
 

Sub Total

   

2,322,000

 
 

 

   

 

 
 

 

   

 

 

3 thoughts on “School in Uganda”

  1. Elizabeth Gatima

    This is but one of the many ways in which AWGS is touching lives and effecting changes. Children are tomorrow’s leaders and world. Which makes me very proud to be part of this group.
    Please support the work of AWGS so we can do more.

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