We made recommendations for the expansion and renovation of public utilities in the neighboring communities such as Buresuka Health Centre III. Kabaale Health Centre III and Buseruka Primary School, after the findings of the social economic baseline survey indicated that the Affected Persons would relocated to the neighboring communities. To date, expansion, renovation and relocation of the said facilities has been executed by the Inter-ministerial committee on implementation of livelihood and community development programmes.
Mr. Wambaka Kosea of Strategic Friends International making a presentation of community and livelihood restoration Programme to the Inter-ministerial committee on implementation of livelihood and community development programmes represented by the officials from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development respectively and below (next page) are group pictures of different new building structure constructed at Buseruka Health Centre III as a means of livelihood and community development program.
We also recommended for the supply of food to the Project Affected Persons who opted for resettlement/relocation for the first six months after relocation and also supply of planting seeds, farm equipment, tree seedlings, goats and cows and provision of transport money and money for cultivation of at least one acre of land. To date, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development has procured the said items and distributed under our supervision (See Pictures below).