John and Sue Gasston joined Mike Norbury in Kalangala on Wed 16th October. This is the latest report from them. We have visited the Bridge of Hope School and we plan to start on the roof of the nursery block in the next couple of weeks. The photo above shows one of the … Read More >>
Equipe in Africa
East Africa is where Equipe started in 1998 and it is still our main focus. We’re active in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, which all have lots of links in terms of history, politics, economics and peoples. They are also linked by the Lake Victoria, which at 68,000 km2, is more than three times the size of Wales.
All of Equipe’s projects are situated close to Lake Victoria, which forms the central resource for this area.
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Equipe in Asia
Equipe started work in East Africa but our aim to make a difference in the lives of the poorest does not stop there. Over the last years we have also been involved in projects in other continents. Currently we have live projects in the poorest areas of India and the Philippines. Read More >>
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Equipe’s Kenyan projects are situated around the town of Homa Bay and surrounding district. Homa Bay is on the East shore of Lake Victoria and it has a population of about 50,000 of which most belong to the Luo tribe. Read More >>
Equipe’s projects in Tanzania centre around the city of Musoma. A population of more than 100,000 makes it a major regional centre. Right on the shores of Lake Victoria, much of its wealth and industry is associated with the lake. Read More >>
Uganda is the poorest of the three East African countries into which we work, largely due to the political instability during the 1970s and 80s. Uganda is a main focus of Equipe’s projects and in particular, two main areas – Kampala and the Ssese Islands. Read More >>