Capital Projects

 

We fundraise in order to raise enough money for our operations needs to help keep our Initiatives running. We hope we make a convincing case for support for each of our program area on this website. However, we are also looking forward to expand our facilities as the number of people we serve continue to grow each day, therefore we also have a support need for capital projects.

Forthcoming Projects - In Need of Funding
Ongoing Projects

CIBIC conservation Education and awareness team. 

Amount Required $9000

 

Construction of gravity water for irrigation of crops

Amount Required $38,000

 

Famar's revolving loans  for seeds and agricultural equipment

Amount Required $25,000

 

Building hostel for farmers on agricultural training

Amount required $56,000

 

Construction of Community center for mushroom spawn production

Amount required $23,000

 

Four wheel drive pick-up car for transporting goods and services to and from the farmers to customers and suppliers.

 Amount required $20,000

 

Improvement on the fish farming project (water level management, maintenance, Seepage control harvesting gears, feeds management and production, protection against thieves and predators, fish processing and marketing)

Amount required $37,800

 

Two motorcycles for the field extension agents

Amount required $ 10,000 

     

 

Purchase of more land for vegetable growing and piggery on pasture rearing demonstration

Amount required $10,000

 

F armer’s Choice Lodge/camp and Restaurant construction

 Amount Required $320,000

Adult litracy and numeracy education program

Amount required $

 

Bee keeping project among Batwa pygmies

Amount needed $10000

Amount pledged $3500

Balance remaining $6500

The Batwa Bee Keeping Project is training Batwa Pygmies value addition skills to increase income from bee keeping enterprise. A number of products are on the market including Wax art crafts in gorilla images, Wax candles in gorilla images Wax body lotions, wax sweets. Honey in various weights and shapes.

The project currently employs over 60 Batwa in bee keeping and over 20 million bees are being kept in there respective hives. The project also trains Batwa how to safely harvest honey without killing bees like use of a smoker, unlike before when they were still gatheres and hunters simply killing bees in order for them to robe them there honey. We have a

Establishing of sustainable fish farming project to provide an alternative source of animal protain

Amount requested $5,500

Amount Pledged $5,500

Status: completed many thanks to the donor

Expansion of the mushroom project and training of women in mushroom farming

Amount required $10,000

Amount pledged $10,000

Status: Project completed many thanks to the donor

Establishing Reforming poachers and Batwa cultural values Walk sites for tourists to visit.

Amount required $500

Amount Pledged $500

Status: Project completed many thanks to the donor

Expansion of the Piggery project to the reformed poachers

Amount required $6,000

Amount Pledged $6,000

Status: Project completed Many thank to the donor

Extension of the hydro electricity power-line to the CIBIC resource centre

Amount required $2,000

Amount pledged $2,000

Status: Project completed many thanks to the donor

Construction of the poultry unit and stocking unit with chicken

Amount required $2,400

Amount pledged $2400

Status: project completed many thanks to the donor

 

Land purchase

Amount required: $3,000

Amount pledged: $3,000

Status: project completed many thanks to the donor

 

Pig pen and store construction

Amount required: $2,000

Amount funded: $2,000

Status: project completed many thanks to the donor

 

Extension of the gravity water to the organisation establishments

Amount required: 7,000

Amount pledged: 7,000

Status: project completed, many thanks to the donor

 

Construction of the mushroom growing unit and supply of equipment

Amount required $2,000

Amount pledged $2,000

Status: project completed many thanks to the donor.

 

Construction and expansion of the piggery project

Amount required: £6,000

Amount pledged: £6,000

Status: project completed, many thanks to the donor.

 

Purchase of the land for the bee keeping and bee hives

Amount required: $500

Amount pledged: $500

Status: project completed many thanks to the donor.

 

Construction of Agrotourism and cultural preservation and demonstration kitchen

Amount required: $500

Amount pledged: $500

Status: project completed, many thanks to the donor

Completed Projects

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