We have the following five ways you can participate in the Christian Church Community Gulu Kingdom Moshav to build a new Africa:
- Resident Shareholders. These are people who have purchased shares in the
Christian community, but they have also acquired an acre plot of land in
the Christian village to establish their home and other family projects. The
cost of shares is UShs.500,000/= per share for both residents and non residents. You need to have acquired a minimum of 40 shares (currently
UShs.20,000,000/=) to qualify to purchase a residential plot.
- Non-resident Shareholders. These are people who have bought shares in
our Christian community, but their current circumstances do not permit
them to reside in the village. They visit the Community regularly on
weekends and public holidays to participate in the Community activities,
workshops, enjoy community and participate in our rich fellowship
programmes. We will have dormitory accommodation, guest houses and
residential cottages that members can use for weekend and holiday use.
- Resident Non-shareholders. ere are many people who will want to join
our community, but who are not yet in position to buy shares because of
financial constraints. ese include school leavers and young graduates who
have not yet got any other employment. The Community will provide
accommodation and upkeep for them, train them in the skills training
institute and engage them in work at the farm and in the cottage industries.
As they become productive and profitable, the Community will pay them an
allowance from which they will begin to buy shares in the community.
- School and college students joining the Community during school holidays
to participate in the community activities and to learn skills. eir upkeep
will be cattered for by their parents or guardians.
- Elderly retirees who prefer to live on a Community farm, taking advantage
of the farm environment, rich fresh food, our medical centre and nursing
facilities, rich Christian fellowship and community living. These could be
either resident shareholders or persons whose families have hired a Community
residential cottage for them to share with their nurse or caretaker.