Two couples both of them who cannot walk are living together in the village of Gweta.They have no one to look after them and worse is lack of shelter.Nata Aids and Orphan Trust chairman Mr Tiro paid them a visit and suggested that the trust to build them shelter.
ONE OF THE FAMILY MEMBER GIVEN CLOTHES BY THE TRUST
TRUST CHAIRMAN PRESENTING CLOTHES TO THE FAMILY MEMBER
STARTING CEREMONY OF HOUSE PROJECT FOR THE CRIPPLED FAMILY
The Nata Aids Orphan Trust resolved to build a two bed roomed house for the Gweta family. Chairman of the trust is presenting a cheque worth P21000.00 for the project. The committee was formed and tasked to go and mobilize the community of Gweta village to contribute on top in kind.
CHAIRMAN OF THE TRUST(MR SELOMA TIRO) GIVING THE CHEQUE TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE PROJECT COMMITTEE(MR JOE LINGA)
THE TWO BLIND BROTHERS LIVING TOGETHER IN NJUTSHAA (NEAR DUKWI) WITHOUT A SHELTER.
The two have been included by the Trust to benefit from the house project. They are also allocated P21000.00 for the start of their house with contribution from the community on top.
TWO BLIND BROTHERS NEXT TO THEIR SHELTER
THE TWO BLIND BROTHERS WITH THE CHAIRMAN OF THE NATA AIDS AND ORPHAN TRUST.
THE CHAIRMAN AND DEPUTY OF THE COMMITTEE(MR JOE LINGA) AND MRS MODONGO SHOWING P43000.00 CHEQUE FOR BOTH PROJECTS.