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Uganda Water

Uganda Water's fundraising page

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Fundraising for this challenge has ended so we're no longer accepting donations. Thanks to everyone who supported this challenge.

Total raised so far £0.00

Target £0.00

Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00

Raised offline: £0.00

My story

[p]We are a group of MBA students at Westminster Business School. We recently visited Uganda to work on projects to provide clean drinking water to a rural community. We would really appreciate[lt]br /[gt]your help to further this project and make a difference in Uganda.[/p][p]We are working on several water projects with the Ntinkalu community to purify drinking water. The initial target group is 45 Grandmothers (Jajjas) who are considered the most vulnerable as they were left with the responsibility of raising their grandchildren after the death of most of their children from AIDS. The Jajjas and the wider community were trained on how to use a simple Lifestraw Family purification device and guttering for rainwater harvesting was installed at their community run school. The project is ongoing as the community is seeking sustainable methods of supplying clean drinking water to everyone in Ntinkalu. More of the lifeStraw devices are needed as well as funding for repairs to broken water systems in the community.[lt]br /[gt]We can guarantee that all your donations are used in the best way possible.[/p][p]Thank you – Marina Agadzhanyants, Peter Clarke, Dimsoy Cruickshank, Nermine Hassan, Jack Farren Kerr, Juan Suarez Rojas[/p][p]More info at [url=http://blog.business.westminster.ac.uk/mba/2012/11/social-entrepreneurship-module-uganda-2012/]http://blog.business.westminster.ac.uk/mba/2012/11/social-entrepreneurship-module-uganda-2012/[/url][/p][p]and [url=http://blog.business.westminster.ac.uk/mba/2012/11/uganda-2012-all-you-need-to-pack-is-a-big-smile-a-camera-and-a-thousand-waves/]http://blog.business.westminster.ac.uk/mba/2012/11/uganda-2012-all-you-need-to-pack-is-a-big-smile-a-camera-and-a-thousand-waves/[/url][/p][p][span=color: #ff0000;][b]Breaking news [/b][/span]- 37 more lifestraws delivered to the community this week. AND NOW £5 donation for everyone that completes my allainces survey (Peter) [/p]

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Event

Personal Challenge Date

01 Nov 2012

Supporters

Mar 15, 2013

Anonymous

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

Feb 14, 2013

Anonymous

last 2 surveys

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

Feb 14, 2013

Anonymous

International Lunch

£70.00

Jan 25, 2013

Anonymous

MBA disertation survey - thanks everyone

£385.00 plus £96.25 Gift Aid

Jan 2, 2013

Monika

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

Nov 22, 2012

Anonymous

It is great to see your commitment to this project. I am sure that you will achieve your target. Keep up the good work

£100.00 plus £25.00 Gift Aid

Nov 19, 2012

Anonymous

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

Nov 18, 2012

Anonymous

Well done on all your hard work in Uganda. Good luck with the fundraising, Kieran

£30.00 plus £7.50 Gift Aid

Nov 17, 2012

Anonymous

good luck with the project..

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

Nov 17, 2012

Anonymous

Expectional work! Good luck with the ongoing project. :0)

£20.00