Thank You Sisters ..

Harriet Kamashanyu
Posted June 16, 2020 from Uganda
Food Basket
Food Basket: Rhythm of Life team doing prior packaging before the distribution to the community. (1/2)

Dear Sisters, 

The power of community development in not embedded in oneness but in collective efforts that breed unity and solidarity. 

Simply to say thank you to all the supported the #Food basket campaign that Rhythm of Life launched last month. It was immerse! We were able to distribute 121 food baskets to marginalised women and their families in the red-light districts of Kabalagala and Daido - Makindye Division- Kampala Uganda. 

Thank You All.

Supporting a sister means supporting a community and nation at large. 

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Harriet Kamashanyu
Jun 16
Jun 16

We are Rhythm of Life Uganda were so humbled....

Jill Langhus
Jun 17
Jun 17

Hello Harriet,

How are you and your family doing, dear? What a great update, and photos... thanks for sharing:-)

Hope you have a good, safe week.

Hello, Harriet,

How are you doing, dear sister? Wow, congratulations on your successful distribution of 121 food baskets! Kudos to you and to everyone who helped make this successful.

I love your opening line, dear, "The power of community development in not embedded in oneness but in collective efforts that breed unity and solidarity." I agree!

More power to you and the communities you partner with. Please keep us posted! Stay safe always.

Chi8629
Jun 17
Jun 17

Hello Beautiful Sister,
Thank you for sharing .
Please stay safe out there.
You are loved.

Thelma obani 2020
Jun 18
Jun 18

Thanks for sharing

Anita Shrestha
Jun 18
Jun 18

Thank you for sharing

Beth Lacey
Jun 19
Jun 19

Congratulations! A great success.

Laetitia Shindano
Jun 23
Jun 23

Bonjour Harriet
Merci pour cette belle action en faveur des femmes marginalisées. Je suis sure que vous leur avait apporté vraiment un vif soulagement.

Laetitia

Sinyuy Geraldine
Jun 24
Jun 24

Dear Harriet, thank you so much for the great achievement on distributing 121 food baskets to the women who are in need in Uganda. Many hands do light work. I also want to join you in thanking those sisters who made donations so that you could be able to reach out to these poor people in your country. May God bless you my dear sister.

Millynairi
Jul 07
Jul 07

Dear Harriet, This is great! It's true, supporting a sister means supporting a community and nation at large. Blessings.