SUSTAINABILITYALLOWING LOVE TO TEACH OTHERS TO BE SELF SUSTAINABLE
IT IS NECESSARY TO MAKE BEYOND UGANDA A LONG TERM VIABLE MINISTRY THAT CAN SUSTAIN ITSELF THROUGH LOCAL BUSINESS VENTURES AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP.
THESE ARE THREE EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMS THAT ARE CURRENTLY ALLOWING UGANDANS TO BE SELF SUSTAINABLE
HAND MADE SOAP
Our Not forgotten Program works together as a community to manufacture soap. This program teaches the older children how to be an entrepreneur by making a product, marketing the product, and building relationships with customers. They learn the value of money and how to save and budget and this also gives money back to the other Beyond Uganda programs.
Our Tailoring Women program is a sustainable program that once started, it takes care of itself. Women form together in a community and push others on while bringing new women into the program. These women are learning skills that can sustain them and their families, gives them self worth, and a hope for something more. This is a fair trade program that teaches them how to sew then pays them a fair price for their goods and provides them a market to sell their creations. Some of the new tailored products they have made are truly creative. The opportunity to do so just needed to be provided.
The newly acquired land will offer many opportunities for educating and training children and even adults. The land holds several fish ponds and has a good size amount area to be cultivated for farming. This will allow us to teach the younger generation.
We will be building a training center on the land that will not only teach our children but we will be able to take them and give them hands on training.
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2920 Lone Oak Rd Suite #3 Paducah, Ky