Water for the Dispensary

The Dispensary is where most of Uyogo Ward’s sick people go first for medical help.  Babies are born there. But it has no running water.  So, after consultation with Uyogo villagers, thanks to our long-term liaison officer, Lucky Mgeni, KUFL, government water engineers and Uyogo people will together bring water Continue Reading →

‘Buy-A-Bike’ Appeal

Kenilworth Mayoral Charity Fund 2020-21 Appeal Running November 2020 to May 2021 A £50 bike or a £25 bike frame helps girls go safely to school in Uyogo, Kenilworth’s link town in Tanzania One of the two local charities I am helping to raise money for is the Kenilworth-Uyogo Friendship Continue Reading →

Advancement of Education

The friendship link has built new classrooms and teachers’ houses in Uyogo village and in two other villages in Uyogo Ward, called Kasela and Igembensabo. We built nurses’ houses for the original mother and child clinic, dedicated to the late Eric Deal, a founder member of the group. We also Continue Reading →

KUFL at Kenilworth Community Action Day

On Saturday 1st February 2020, ‘Kenilworth Community in Action’ took place at the Kenilworth Methodist Church. This event was an opportunity for all Kenilworth’s clubs, societies, community groups, social enterprises and charities to showcase their activities to the general public. KUFL had a stall displaying information, African materials and photos Continue Reading →