Thanks to everyone who supported our Hog Roast in July to raise funds for further work on the Dispensary in Uyogo. There was excellent food and great fun and all for an inspiring cause! We were most grateful for Peter and Janet Jackson’s kind hospitality in offering their beautiful garden. We Continue Reading →
In Uyogo water has traditionally been available from local hand dug shallow wells. However in recent years these shallow wells have been drying up and expensive deep boreholes have had to be drilled in the locality to provide an alternative supply. These are only sited where a survey indicates the Continue Reading →
Thanks to everyone who attended our Strawberry Tea on Saturday 21st June 2014 at Kenilworth Methodist Church. You helped raise valuable funds for projects in the village of Uyogo, Tanzania.
Africa week at Kenilworth School has become an annual Spring event as part of their award for International involvement. To raise the awareness of students about people and situations in the developing world, the school invites local organisations with links in Africa to take part. The Kenilworth / Uyogo Friendship Continue Reading →
The Mother & Child Clinic was completed in 1982. Since then Kenilworth has maintained a friendship link by correspondence, exchange visits to and from Uyogo and raising funds to equip the clinic and support other projects, such as the village dispensary, a maternity ward and an operating theatre (the latter Continue Reading →
Friendship links with Uyogo were strengthened after a couple travelled to see how Kenilworth donations are helping reshape lives of a poverty stricken community. Matthew Williams and his girlfriend Charlotte Prosser visited the small village of Uyogo to see how the Kenilworth Uyogo Friendship Link was making a difference. As Continue Reading →
Hundreds of villagers in Uyogo can now drink fresh, clean water thanks to our work. KUFL Chair Peter Fisher recently visited Uyogo, in the Tabora District of Tanzania, with his wife Ann to take a look at this latest project. He said: “The villagers were desperately short of water so Continue Reading →