Bridget Kasibante : Imbako Foundation is giving hope to the mothers & children in the villages where it operates in Kenya!
Bridget Kasibante, a mummy and RN by profession stands with Imbako towards the building of the Imbako Public Health Community and Research Center. A Ugandan citizen and current resident of the USA, Bridget says “…. Having Lived in Uganda for a long time, I have seen mothers who live in the villages, struggle to survive and fend for their children. Many times, these mothers are hopeless (as there is a dearth of resources). But this organization, Imbako is giving hope back, it is restoring hope to those in the villages….” In 2016, Imbako Public Health & Imbako Foundation launched a campaign to build a community and research center in rural Kenya. Titled IPHCRC, the center will be one where members will be taught, encouraged and empowered. Taught; Basic education in language, healthcare, arts, business and IT will be offered. Encouraged; Partnership with local and international churches will ensure faith is built. Empowered; Internship in local organizations and training in entrepreneurial skills will empower the members. The first phase of the center is projected to have 6 classrooms, a library, a conference room, and primary healthcare room. The lobby of the building will serve as a common area and exhibition hall where artwork of local and global initiatives will be showcased. The grounds will be used for apiculture and agriculture initiatives. Fundraising platforms are via 1. GoFundMe page here https://www.gofundme.com/imbakocomm-center 2. Donation via website here http://imbakopublichealth.org/index.php/take-action/donate 3. Drop off or mail of any educational material or ipads to Imbako at 48 Old Roswell Street, Alpharetta, GA 30009 Thank you! Asante!