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Closed 19/10/2014

raised of £400 target by 16 supporters

    Weʼve raised £474 to provide malaria nets

    Kampala, Uganda
    Funded on Sunday, 19th October 2014

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    I'm trying to provide mosquito nets for the children at Wells of Hope Academy, Uganda. This is a boarding school set up for kids whose parents are in prison and were thus overlooked during the recent government operation to distribute free nets to 'the masses'. Because of this, the Academy constantly has at least one child sick with malaria, causing a huge drain on existing resources and reducing quality of life considerably.



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      Page last updated on: 10/20/2014 02.00



      • Anonymous


        Oct 20, 2014


      • Anonymous


        Oct 20, 2014


      • TBag


        Oct 8, 2014

        WOOOO well done!


      • Lisa Portway

        Lisa Portway

        Sep 25, 2014

        Well done Sarah, you did it!


      • Matt Mackie

        Matt Mackie

        Sep 25, 2014


      • Tim Shepherd

        Tim Shepherd

        Sep 25, 2014


      • Alexandra and William

        Alexandra and William

        Sep 25, 2014

        We will stop our snackies for a bit for this great idea


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      Sarah Heaton

      Sarah Heaton

      Kampala, Uganda

      I am a final year Geography student at the University of Manchester. For my dissertation research, I recently travelled to Uganda to research the supply chain of malaria nets in collaboration with Uganda Village Project, a NGO working in Iganga district.

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