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Worship Harvest Church raises sh96m for Karamoja

By Mathias Mazinga

Added 24th June 2017 09:24 PM

The vision bearer of the water project, Allan Tayebwa said that they aimed at raising sh125m, to build Five boreholes, which would serve 1,500 people.

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Worship Harvest Ministries Karamoja Water Project team leader Allan Tayebwa (2nd right) and World Vision National Director Gilbert Kamang ( 3rd right) hand over the auctioned art piece to the Mugabes. Photos by Mathias Mazinga

The vision bearer of the water project, Allan Tayebwa said that they aimed at raising sh125m, to build Five boreholes, which would serve 1,500 people.

In a charitable bid to enable the people of Karamoja access clean water, Worship Harvest Ministries Church, in partnership with World Vision, held a fundraising dinner at Protea Hotel on Friday.

 r teven and aphine ugabe with the art piece they bought at sh10m Dr Steven and Daphine Mugabe with the art piece they bought at sh10m

 
The function was graced by among others the National Director of World Vision, Gilbert Kamanga, the organization's Programme Director Tinah Mukunda, and Pastors Jeremy and Beatrice Byemanzi. MPs Hillary Lokwanga (IK County) and Samson Lokeris (Dodoth East) also graced the function.

The vision bearer of the water project, Allan Tayebwa said that they aimed at raising sh125m, to build Five boreholes, which would serve 1,500 people.

About sh96m was raised in cash and pledges during the function.

 isual artist lex wizera gives an explanation of his art piece which was auctioned at sh10m Visual artist Alex Kwizera gives an explanation of his art piece which was auctioned at sh10m

 

World Vision Board Member Anthony Esenu with his wife at the function

 

 ome of the donors that graced the function Some of the donors that graced the function

 

 

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