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£180raised of £500 target by 6 supporters

    Weʼve raised £180 to help fund an overseas trip to Uganda with MAD and to pay for first aid equipment. Also taking out resources for teachers

    Funded on Friday, 13th October 2017

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    I am going to Uganda as part of a team to do sone teaching, screening and health promotion with the teachers,. To do some training for the staff in Uganda and take out equipment . There are 8 of us with MAD on the 20th October !

    We also want to take out copies of the book: "where there is no pychiatrist".



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      • Anonymous


        Oct 8, 2017

        Hope it all goes well.


      • Paula Forber

        Paula Forber

        Oct 7, 2017

        Praying all goes amazingly well for you and the team Debbie. I'm sure you'll all be a great support and encouragement to the people of Uganda xx

      • Anonymous


        Sep 22, 2017

      • dilys saunders

        dilys saunders

        Sep 22, 2017

        Great job !

      • Freda Seward

        Freda Seward

        Sep 18, 2017

        Every blessing...hope all goes well.


      • Anonymous


        Sep 13, 2017

        A big thumbs up from me Debbie!


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      Debbie Duncan

      Debbie Duncan

      Nurse lecturer, writer and church leader. Wife to Malcolm and mum to 4 great children

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