Saturday, 29 November 2014


  • The Lion President along with ten lion club members of Arua Club raised a total of Uganda Shillings 70,000= equivalent to $28 and bought scholastic materials, sugar and success car for the candidate class. Lion President delivered a message of success to the candidates explaining the universality of Lionism. 

  • The Lions of Bushenyi & Leos of Kampala International University - Western campus organized a Sensitization week on health education to some Secondary schools in Bushenyi District in regard to Quest program. 

  • DSM Host Club's Sight first activity was held for 3 days from Sunday 2nd to Tuesday, 4th November 2014 at Regency Medical Centre, Satellite Clinic, Dar-es-salaam marking international world sight day. Free, Eye Screening, Spectacles and Medicines were given out to the needy. Total patients screened were 292, Specs given out were 245, and various eye medicines were dispensed. Total cost of the activity was US $ 1,000. The Club also carried out Peace Poster Contest.

  • Lions Club of Dar es Salaam Pwani had Fellowship dinner with Lions Club of Hettstedt, Germany on the 3rd of November 2014 and Peace Poster Contests at 2 different schools in Dar es Salaam

  • Lions Club of Kakira organised Diabetes Awareness and Screening on 02 November 2014 at Palota, Kakira  

  • Kampala Central: The Leos of Makerere University together with Lions organised a visit to the teenagers of Naguru Teenage Center on 8th Nov 2014. A number of items that included clothes, books, and soaps were donated to them. The Leos then had a talk with them on life skills where experiences were shared. The Leos who were armed with brooms and other cleaning items, engaged in a cleaning activity and conveyed the message of a clean environment to the teenagers. 

  • On 18th November 2014, 5 Lions from Kampala Host together with other Lions Club headed by our District Governor Lion Night Ndyarugahi attended the National Initiative trachoma elimination program spearheaded by Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Trust Initiative in Kagoma, Buwenge, Jinja District.
  • On 7th November, Lions of Kampala host were hosted by the Ln President, Deepa Jivram at her residence in Kololo. 3 Lions were also inducted in the same function. 21 Lions plus 10 guests  attended the function. IPDG Ln Wilson Ndesanjo, made a surprise appearance in the function.

  • Kumi Central Club's Supporting and Helping the community know their Diabetes status and educating them on how to manage the illness. Also they carried out blood pressure test on patients.
  •  The Lions of Masaka Nursery school held a sensitisation seminar for the staff of the school on the Employment Act of Uganda and the roles, rights and obligations of the staff and employers. About 30 staff attended and 3 members of the school management committee. The activity was a success and many benefited so much from the talk and will continue motivating them for better performance of the school. 

  • Mbarara Club's activity involved planting trees at Kyahi and was carried out on 8th November 2014 by 4 Lions. 2000 trees were donated by Uganda National Forestry Authority on a drive to protect the environment. We hope to plant more and More trees. 
  • A Melvin Jones fellow Lion Anne Tumwine Educated the Lions Club of Mbarara central about what it takes to be one.  

  • Moshi Kibo Club on the 8th and 9th of November a 'hearing camp' took place in Moshi, whereby members of Starkey Hearing Foundation had come for their second visit and provided hearing aids for 600 patients. Members of Lions Club of Moshi Kibo assisted during this activity by providing tables, electrical equipment and most importantly 750 lunch boxes and 80 cases of water during both days to every patient and others who came along. 

  • Lions Club of Ntungamano carried out tree planting activity in November. They planted mango trees around Kyamate Church of Uganda.

  • Lions club of Yumbe donated to Midigo secondary school in Yumbe district 100 seedlings of grafted oranges and 150 seedlings of tick tree. The planting of this seedlings was launched by the members of lions club of Yumbe headed by the lead forester in the club Andama Solo who is also the district forest officer. The planting of the seedlings was preceded by education awareness on tree planting to the students by members of the club.

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