Secondary School

The Tanzanian government funded secondary school was opened in March 2019. The school accepts students from a 10 square mile area and initially had 80 pupils and two teachers. Surplus science books are to be sent by Kenilworth school, in October 2019

Bee-keeping

Over the past year we have been working on a bee project. This involves helping the villagers to keep and harvest the products from the bees. David and Margery Blower are the managers of the Bees Abroad project. They went to Uyogo in February 2015 to do a feasibility study Continue Reading →

Villagers

Some of the villagers recently sent us some quotes, of their thoughts about how KUFL has helped Uyogo. This clearly shows how beneficial KUFL is and how much we need your continued to support, in order to support the villagers of Uyogo. Dr.Joyce Wilson Ongat- “I was working at Uyogo Continue Reading →

Advancement of Education

Over the year the Friendship Link has helped the villagers replace their mud buildings with  longer lasting brick or concrete classrooms and teachers houses. One of these classrooms displays a dedication plaque to the late Eric Deal, one of our founder members. Primary education is free but we have sponsored Continue Reading →