Francis Ssuubi visited Soroti and Mbale regions where he reached families in need of support and the family of Otalai John which is already supported, in this visit the family got to know the progress of the children at the school and what is to be expected from both parties that is what to expect from us and us from them. Also from this visit we managed to offer support to the following children: Opusi Julius, Atwalu Simon, Atebo Kevin, Mutonyi Dorothy, Mutonyi Suzan and Medi Jacob. He also managed to reach of July 2010 Aitah Rhodah who was unable to come attend school because she lacks transport to the school. Other families were unable to be reached due to failure to locate them and limits in facilitation.
Male Carol visited areas in Kampala. She visited the family of Opapa Davis that is the mother and her two children Judith in primary seven and Ivan in primary six. The family rents a room in Mbuya where they all stay. We made a decision to support Judith as per the available funds and the fact that she is in primary seven which we do not have yet at wells of hope academy. Ivan was invited to come and attend wells of hope academy but failed as the mother insisted that the child should not change school when approaching primary seven.
She visited the family of Kalema Abasi who has three sons Arafat, Moses and Yasin. The eldest brother Arafat is somehow in school, Moses (Musa) dropped out of school due to lack of school fees; he had attempted to study as mechanic apprentice but failed to raise the required fees and dropped out. He is now working in a bakery to earn some money for he hopes to go back to school. The youngest brother Yasin is now in secondary school and was taken to Mbarara where they found a cheap school for him. We decided to support Yasin with the education support programme for those in secondary school.
She also visited the family of Nankya Aidah and Wamala Tom whose children were brought to the school to benefit from the education support programme. During this exercise of tracing we realized that these were ex-prisoners who had been released during the last year and early this year.
Simwende Emma visited Jinja Iganga and Kaliro he visted the family of mugenyi Collins and leah in Jinja, in kaliro he visited the family of mbaiza faibe mother to Franco benge and as a result Franco was brought to school he is said to have been previously in school but is still very weak academically. He visited the family of kwagala Doreen who came to school, he visited gadumire in the family of nzala joan who is in secondary school in senior two, her sister were brought to school rather but returned to bring necessities and did not return. He also visited the family of Bagaga Wilber who failed to bring the children because of lack of transport.
These areas are within central, eastern and northeastern regions of the country.