SI LIRA

General Information

Club Name: Soroptimist International (SI) Lira Limited

National Association:

Network:  Soroptimist International Southern African Network (SISAN)

Federation:  Soroptimist International Great Britain and Ireland (SIGBI)

City: Lira

Charter Date: 23rd February 2017

Current Number of Members: 16 (Sixteen)

Non-Profit Organisation Registration Number: 223720 (SI Lira Limited is registered as a company limited by guarantee and the registration)

Postal Address: c/o Box 1434 Kampala

Email:  info@silira.org

Website: www.silira.org 

Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/siliraorg/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/siliraorg

Banking Details

Bank Name:                     DFCU   

Bank Account Name:     SOROPTIMIST INT. LIRA

Account No:                    01051025072093

Branch Code:                  DFCUUGKA

General Meeting

When:                 16th December 2017

Where:               Lira

Time:                  11.00 am

Executive Meeting

When:                 2nd December 2017

Where:               Lira

Time:                  2.00 pm

Friendship Links:
Important Calendar Dates

Annual General Meeting:            16th December 2017

Other:                                             2nd December 2017 (Executive meeting in preparation for the AGM)

Current Projects

  • Prison outreach (New project)
  • School outreach/reusable sanitary towel (Continuing)
  • Functional Adult Literacy (FAL)(Continuing)
  • Visit to the Therapeutic ward in Lira Referral Hospital (Continuing)

    Note: School outreach to start next term while FAL is to start in the next two weeks while children are for holidays because the facility is shared.

KEY PROJECTS

Prison Outreach

Skills development, Rights of women and Counselling.

School outreach and distributions of reusable sanitary towels

Making and distribution of reusable sanitary towels and underwear to needy pupils in selected rural primary schools.

 

Visit to the Therapeutic ward in Lira Referral Hospital

Provide material support to mothers and malnourished children on admission in the therapeutic feeding center. Our major aim is to establish a relationship with the hospital to avail us with data so that we can follow up the children after discharge and to continue giving support to improve on the survival rates especially those arising from inadequate nutrition.