Eliminating dependency on charity to care for orphans (currently 260) through our poultry farming operation in Kampala, Uganda.
We are purchasing this 2 acre plot of land, building shelters and purchasing stock with the goal of establishing ourselves as one of the leading poultry suppliers in Uganda in the near future. We plan to further enter the Kenya and Rwanda markets.
To establish a fully operational poultry farm in Kampala, Uganda. We will be creating work for locals and graduating students, generating and consistently financing the construction of new schools in Uganda and Kenya over the next 5 years with our profits on an ongoing basis.
Sinjo Poultry Solutions will generate an income stream for the purposes of financing in full:
- building schools for the children and orphans
- constructing new hospitals
- caring for young unwed mothers
- caring for widows
- drilling wells to provide clean, fresh water to surrounding communities
The farming operation will employ locals and graduating students as we further mentor them in starting and maintaining their own small businesses.
From Charity to Business Generated Self-Sufficiency
The income from our own poultry farm shifts the burden of outside fundraising to self sufficiency where Ugandans working together will effectively contribute to growing their own economy.
CHRIS OBARA (center) graduated Makerere University with his Bachelor's in Criminal Law and worked with a Kampala law firm for 2 years. Chris left law to start his existing poultry business and oversees and cares for 260 orphans in surrounding areas. Chris is well connected in government and with local businesses. He will direct our entire Kampala operation and the seeding of all our new projects for the children and communities in need.
MATTHEW LABONGO (left) graduated Knyabogo University with a First Class Degree in Agriculture and has worked extensively in poultry for 2 years. Matthew will be managing our Kampala farm.
KALAGALA DAVIS (right) is a ranking Sargent on the police force working with the criminal investigation department. Kalagala will be working on the farm project site and with the orphans.
IPOD Summit at Munyonyo December 11th, 2018
CHRIS OBARA was one of 50 invitees selected to attend The Inter Party Organization for Dialogue (IPOD) Summit at Munyonyo where he met with Uganda President Yoweri Museveni. IPOD is hosted and funded by the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) and the summit is themed strengthening multiparty democracy in Uganda.
Discussion in the summit included promotion of inclusiveness in national politics especially in relation to the role of youth and women in politics and strengthening democratic governance, human rights and observance of rule of law (see full article).
My name is JOHN DAWSON and I reside in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I have been involved in the hospitality drapery industry for 20 years and window fashions for over 35 years. My passion is website design and promoting small businesses to provide online exposure on top of Google search results.
Chris Obara and I met over 1 year ago; we have been financially supporting 260 orphans together in Uganda. Our hearts are on fire with a vision to impact the nation, to empower the orphans and children of Uganda. I will be going to Kampala to spend time with Chris, marketing and managing our projects together.
Your Gift Instantly Impacts the Lives of Our Children
We are passionate and determined in making a change in the lives of our orphans with our farming project. Your smallest contribution leverages an instant, real time return for our startup in providing for our children. It makes ALL the difference moving us forward!
With your help, we can change and influence the lives of locals working with us. Graduating students will be mentored in starting and maintaining their own small businesses to become self-sufficient, enjoying fruitful and productive lives.
Sinjo Poultry Solutions will be a self-sufficient means of generating cash flow by working with and through the people in Uganda to fully care for our orphans. The ongoing dependency of outside charity is eliminated, contributing to a healthy economy within local communities.
We have contracts in hand ready to sign, supplying 2600 Kuroilers per week to hotels, local restaurant chains and a large local wholesale market. With funds in place, we will quickly double this number to 5000 chickens per week and deliver.
Your contribution allows us to acquire stock and move product on the market now, as our $60,000 goal is incrementally fulfilled.
Meeting our goal of $60,000 will enable us to establish a full scale, functional operation, further marketing our first 6,000 chicks in 4 months. Profit from sales will generate enough capital to construct the first of many schools.
Contributors will be recognized on our website and emailed monthly progress reports as we grow and move forward. Your help will always be greatly respected and remembered for seeding our startup and enabling us to fulfill our vision for Uganda.
Now is Highest Demand in Uganda For Poultry Products
Poultry is in highest demand in Uganda for use in schools, hotels, companies, organizations and the general wholesale market in Uganda. Until now, many poultry products have been imported from Kenya and Rwanda.
"Rwanda is a huge consumer of poultry products, currently importing no less than 70% of these products from other African countries. 50% of our poultry products we now import from Uganda" (see Methiopedia).
The Pearl of Africa
Winston Churchill dubbed Uganda “The Pearl of Africa” in 1907 as a young Member of Parliament, saying ...
“The kingdom of Uganda is a fairy-tale. You climb up … and at the end there is a wonderful new world. The scenery is different, the vegetation is different, the climate is different, and, most of all, the people are different from anything elsewhere to be seen in the whole range of Africa … I say: ‘Concentrate on Uganda’. For magnificence, for variety of form and colour, for profusion of brilliant life – bird, insect, reptile, beast – for vast scale — Uganda is truly the Pearl of Africa.”