PURPOSE: To bring change in a discriminatory attitude towards peoples of different religious and cultural backgrounds
Nasolo CC operates within its mandate to share the word of God with a special focus on spiritual and physical healing of members of the community; support the elderly and orphaned children by providing food, shelter and clothing; protection of girls from harmful cultural practices, early pregnancies and school dropouts. CC members also promote conservation of the environment and natural resources.
Nasolo has brought together different people to discuss issues of communal interest and tried to find possible solutions as one society that perceives life beyond skin color, religion, ethnicity, tradition or social and economic status. They have together managed to plant trees in an attempt to address the effects of climate change, which has affected the nation in different ways including food insecurity.
As members of URI, they plan to continue raising awareness about the importance of protecting albinos and do interfaith prayers at least once every month. They have learned that other Cooperation Circles in the Southern Region visit hospitals, prisons, etc. In order to help in the future, they will also be doing that or joining them during the activities. They also plan to offer counseling services to the young people in the community as one way of dealing with the problems of excessive drinking and drug addiction.
Mr. Christopher Chiombangoma
Magiga Road, Ndiranden Township Apartment
C/O P.O. 30331
(265) 993 629 469
February 14, 2017 6:46 PM
Nasolo Cooperation Circle celebrated World Interfaith Harmony Week at Blantyre Rural Area. This is an area where there are high levels of gender-based violence, discrimination and stigma towards those living with HIV/AIDS and people with albinismRead more...