The WHOVC project is run on the same principles as the NOVC project, supporting 30 children for 3 years with gifts of mosquito nets, livestock, school uniforms, scholastic, materials, and monthly sessions of Skills Training. Managed by experienced Ugandan colleagues, training has been done for caretaker families in health and child welfare, care of livestock, and roles of committee members. Additional training has also benefitted the wider community – making Fuel Efficient Stoves, and Permaculture Training. Food can now be cooked cutting down on wood by 50%, and a less smoky environment. The Permaculture training has been put to good use with a Forest Farm Garden being set up at Nyero Rock Primary School, and a Chilli Pepper and Ginger project in Nyero community. Proceeds from this, has helped with school fees, and buying more equipment for Skills Training. It is helping the community to move towards self –sufficiency and more sustainable livelihoods.