Thanks to the kindness of generous supporters, last year 41,000 people living in extreme poverty were provided with training to lift themselves out of poverty.

Donations given in 2017 made a huge difference to the lives of many people:

  • Providing 23,000 people access to clean water for the first time

  • Training young people in vocational skills and creating employment

  • Equipping rural communities in conservation farming skills – over 15,000 people now have enough food on their table

  • Delivering training in conflict resolution and gender equality

  • Funding projects in beekeeping, bicycles, creating small enterprises and more!

Budget breakdown

In 2018 we spent more of our funds directly on programme delivery in Uganda than ever before. Of our total expenditure in the year, 85% was spent on charitable activities. This is due to our ongoing efforts to ensure overheads in the UK remain low to ensure maximum funds can be sent to Uganda.

The Methodist Women in Britain South West raised over £10,000 to support the training of 300 farmers

Last year six generous individuals donated £4500 each to construct six boreholes

Roy Riley donated his time and professional skills to take photographs and shoot a video in Uganda to publicise our Christmas Appeal. As a result £20,000 was raised by generous supporters for a bicycle project.

What’s next?

Much has been achieved, but there is much more to do! We need you to help us reach 33,000 people this year as we aim to equip more communities, through the work of their own hands, to revolutionise their futures. Our vision remains: train people today so they will be able to support themselves tomorrow.

Click here to find out more in our 2017/2018 Annual Review

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