The John Lege Project is committed to aiding African children who, through no fault of their own, are victims of war, rebel abductions, human trafficking, abuse and poverty. JLP is in difficult places at difficult tim...
Candace, our boots-on-the ground CEO-Founder is going in May to oversee our Projects in Africa, making sure we’re doing as much as possible for the children's welfare, their education, health care, even recreation. And this year we’d like to set up Apiaries (beekeeping) in Uganda along the border of Congo and within Eastern Congo. The West is suffering from beehive cluster death and bees are a necessity for our agriculture and overall environment; Africa isn't suffering from hive problems but has few job opportunities. We want the youth to learn beekeeping, become financially independent and able to support their future families. African honey fetches a high price in their cities. With your help, let us teach them beekeeping, stop them from migrating to the Megacity in search of jobs they'll never find and live in urban squalor. Let us keep them on their land living a life of dignity and also be part of the solution to our environmental crisis.
There are many deserving organizations to donate to, we are grateful to our many generous supporters who have brought many of our Projects to fruition. Please review some of our recent ones:
-Morulem, Uganda: The Clinic here we installed new showers and toilets. Morulem's NEW TOILETS-SHOWERS
- Luma, Eastern Congo: provided and installed 4 Rain Tanks so students needn't go to infectious river: Luma Rain Tanks
- Adumi, Uganda: provided 4 Rain Tanks to its’ local school. Adumi Rain Tanks
-Pakwach, Uganda: provided new toilets and showers to their school. Before that a Computer Lab for girl students.
-Karenga, Uganda: After 10 years improving its school and providing housing for teachers, we did a Joy Project in which we provided Traditional Costumes so poor students could finally compete in their Annual National Dance Contest that ends in the Capital city.
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