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Here I reproduce a poignant story from Opio who was a beneficiary of a previous crisis earlier last year The situation is even worse now. I am Opio David I have gone through many challenges in this village since I was born in 1952; from Karamojong raids, UPA and LRA
We sent out just £1500 which was used to provide some food to the poorest most vulnerable people. This fed 140 households for two weeks each household has several members sometimes 6 or more.
We are having a great year digging new wells and refurbishing old boreholes. Thanks to our supporters in the UK where we take water for granted. This picture shows Dave Watts, our secretary, meeting members of the committee of Wilmslow Wells for Africa at their AGM in September notably Jenny Gibbs
St Mary’s Chruch in Wythall, catches the vision for our water programme and raises an amazing £6500 for borehole repairs for 4 villages and schools Pam Miller and Jenny Clark hand over the cheque to Dave Watts.of TDT
Last week saw the AGM of TDT held in Ruddington Nr. Nottingham. It was great to hear about all the good work being done with our partners in Uganda. A good review of all the activities was presented with personal stories from the visits. Highlights were the teachers visit to
During the TDT visit to Teso in June / July we witnessed the desperate food shortage that is quickly developing in Amuria. The flooding at the end of last year destroyed the majority of crops that would have fed the people through to the spring. This has been followed by