Members of the Busoga Nordic Development Association (BUNDA) in Partnership with the Minister of Foreign Affairs in OBB, Owek. Joan Machora Kitto have donated an assortment of aid to the elderly and needy at the Jinja Home of the Elderly and Needy Persons.
The assortment donated on Sunday included Mattresses, Blankets and a Solar system that was fully installed at the home. They will also sink a borehole to provide safe drinking water to the Elderly and needy in the home.
The mattresses and Blankets were handed over to the Administrator of the home, Peter Musoke by BUNDA chairperson Eria Mutyabule who was in company of his vice, Violet Biryeri, Susan Ndizawa and Owek. Machora Kitto.
The function was officiated by OBB’s Attorney General, Robert Kafuko who represented the 2nd Deputy Katukiro Osman Noor Ahmed.
He was accompanied by the Chief Prince (Issabalangira) of Busoga Samuel Zirabamuzale, the Nkono of Bukono chiefdom and OBB Ministers.
Owek. Kafuko pledged that OBB will work in partnership with BUNDA through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to develop Busoga region.
He said OBB is ready to work with BUNDA to extend more charity to other Elderly and needy children in the region.
Eria Mutyabule said BUNDA is ready to extend support to vulnerable children, widows and elderly in the region in partnership with Owek. Machora Kitto.
Owek. Machora, in her speech, appreciated BUNDA for the support they extended to the Elderly at the Jinja Home of the Elderly and Needy persons.
She said the gesture was a sign to show solidarity with the Elderly and needy in the society.
After the speeches, Owek Kafuko and Owek. Machora launched BUNDA in Busoga and a Certificate of Acknowledgment was handed over to Eria Mutyabule.