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Projects planned for 2013

 For 2013, KMF plans to continue to support the four (4) priority programs as in 2012, namely:

1 - healthcare for the poor,

2 - support education for poor young children,

3 - support lepers, and

4 - support orphans and handicapped children.

We count on your continued generosity and support.

In addition, KMF would like to support the following projects, should additional funding be made available:

  1. Support improved meals for some more additional student houses in Dak Mot, Homoong, Dak Ha, Dak Glei, Kon Jodreh, Kon Xom Lu, Kon Mak, Chu A, with the objective of providing to each student USD 0.50 cents per day for food.
  1. Provide clean water to Dak Mot parish through a well and a distribution system to replace the current polluted source of water.
  1. Renovate the kitchen at the Dak Wok student house that is in extreme poor and unhygienic conditions affecting the health of students.
  1. Support the reading rooms in some remote villages in order to improve their knowledge.
  1. Provide some micro-credit to the poor through parish priests and nuns to help them achieve some economic development for survival.

 With this plan, KMF foresees the need for some USD 142,000 for 2013, to be allocated as follows:

                                                                                                                                    

1. Provision of healthcare

: USD 34,000

2. Support education ( through 10-12 student houses)

: USD 54,000

3. Support the lepers

: USD 20,000

4. Support the orphans and handicapped

: USD 30,000

5. Support other projects

: USD 4,000

Summary of programs supported by KMF in 2013

 A – Healthcare support for the poor

N.

Project Address

Short description

Beneficiaries

Required budget (USD/Year)

KMF contribution (USD/Year)

1

CAO THƯỢNG Dispensary, Kon Jodreh, Kontum

The Dispensary was established in 2010 (in Kon Jodreh parish, Kontum province) and has been in full operation since then with a team of one doctor and three nurses. . .

Patients coming to the Dispensary from different villages in the surrounding communes. In 2012, the number reached 19,000 persons.

30,000

10,000

2

Mobile Pharmacy

KMF buys medicine and distributes it to the poor via a network of nuns and parish priests.

15 remote Villages in Dak To, Sa Thay, Tumorong, Dakglei, Chu Pah, Kon Cho Ro, Krong Pa . . . districts in Kontum diocese

30,000

20,000

3

Healing without medecines at CAO THUONG Dispensary

Curing diseases with plants, natural energy and traditional massages, acupressure . . .

Patients coming to the Dispensary from different villages in the surrounding communes. In 2012, the number reached 3000 persons.

5,000

4,000

 

 

Total for health sector

 

65,000

34,000

B – Education support for poor students

           
           

1

Student house at Tea Rơxa (Ya Wuch)

Support for food and daily expenses

20 female students of levels 2 & 3 in the region

5,000

3,000

2

Student house at Dak Lung (RP Binh 92)

Support for food and daily expenses

24 students, mostly female, of level 3 in the region

6,000

4,000

           

3

Students at Plei Groi (Ya Oai)

Support for food and daily expenses

62 students at primary level

10,000

7,000

4

Students at Kon Duh (RP Long 92)

Support for food and daily expenses

18 students at primary level

5,000

3,000

5

Student house at Ho Moong, Sa Thay (RP Huong 92)

 

Support for food and daily expenses

36 students, mostly female, of level 2 & 3 in the region

7,000

5,000

6

Student house at Dak Mot parish, (RP Anthony Binh)

 

Support for food and daily expenses

16 male students at primary level

5,000

3,000

7

Student house at Ngoc Hoi district, (Sisters of Mary)

 

Support for food and daily expenses

32 female students at secondary level

7,000

5,000

8

Student house at Dak Ha district, (Sisters of Providence)

Support for food and daily expenses

40 female students of level 2 & 3 in the region

10,000

4,000

9

Student house at Kon Jodreh parish, (RP Viet 92)

 

Support for food and daily expenses

16 male students of level 2 & 3 in the region

5,000

3,000

10

Student house at Kon Xom Luh (RP Hoa & Sisters of Providence)

 

Support for food and daily expenses

40 female students of level 2 & 3 in the region

10,000

4,000

11

Student house at Ro Coi parish, Sa Thay (RP Quoc 95)

 

Provide beds, tables and Support for food and daily expenses

20 students of level 2 in the region

7,000

5,000

12

 

Library

 

Provide books, magazines and reading materials for students

All students in student houses supported by KMF

5,000

5,000

13

Kitchen Dak Wok

Renovate the kitchen at the Dak Wok student house that is in extreme poor and unhygienic conditions affecting the health of students

 

22 female students of level 2 & 3 in the region

3,000

3,000

 

 

Total for support education for young children

 

85,000

54,000

C – Support for the lepers

1.

Support the lepers via Caritas Kontum (RP Dong)

Provide resources for improving care and living conditions for the lepers

An estimated 5,000 lepers in Kontum Diocese

40,000 

20,000

D – Support for the orphans and the handicapped ; other short term projects

1

Two orphanages in Kontum

 

Vinh Sơn 5 & Vinh Son 6

Approx. 185 orphans at these 2 orphanages.

37,000

20,000

2

The center for handicapped in Pleiku

In cooperation with the sisters of the Sacred Sacrament, to assist the handicapped and mentally handicapped at Pleiku

 

To improve living conditions of 40 handicapped and mentally handicapped at the centre.

 

16,000

5,000

3

The center for mentally handicapped in Pleiku

In cooperation with a couple of benefactors in the area, to assist the mentally handicapped at Pleiku

To improve living conditions of 30 mentally handicapped at the centre

12,000

5,000

 

 

Total for handicapped and orphans

 

 

65,000

30,000

4

Micro- credit in Ya Ly, Chu Pah district

Provide some micro-credit to the poor through parish priests and nuns to help them achieve some economic development for survival

.

About 20 poor ethnic families

4,000

4,000

 

 

GRAND TOTAL

 

 

259,000

 

142,000