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DECEMBER 2008

ISSUE 2

Welcome to Agapao International

www.agapao.co.uk

Looking at the snow on the ground, it is hard to believe it is 28 degrees in Africa. Following another successful visit to Uganda and Kenya, we are pleased to share the latest developments with you. Please pass this on to your friends, family and work colleagues to let them know what is happening and encourage them to get involved.

Agapao Newsletter

Team are the source of hope!


The latest team trip to Uganda proved to be challenging and rewarding for all involved. Tutors from Hopwood Hall College and the NHS Academy in Liverpool traveled to Jinja on a pre-visit to enable their respective students to take part in the trip of a lifetime in 2009 They experienced the highs and lows of Africa, whilst visiting schools, villages, hospitals and orphanages in the Jinja area.

Masai Bob is a pioneer


Bob, the project manager for Agapao Loitoktok in Kenya, works with young people in his community delivering health care messages that are life changing.

2 sports coaches delivered training to the He is combating bigamy, domestic abuse, existing extension workers while 2 teachers worked in the Agape orphanage school. The NHS team looked at starting health clinics and the whole trip was documented by a media graduate. During their trip they also had the chance to stay in the rainforest overnight, go whitewater rafting, visit the source of the Nile and the equator and do a horseback safari. If you would like to experience an impact poor sanitation and FGM. He has also installed 8 latrines in the village and works with volunteers who deliver sports sessions daily .

holiday and make a difference whilst


enjoying the beauty of Africa, please contact us agapao@hotmail.co.uk

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Training resources being developed


Following the success of the leadership manual, Agapao International is developing 3 more training resources to expand knowledge and empower communities in developing countries. The teacher training manual will provide advice on how to deliver classes in a more interactive way. The community development manual will give practical examples of sustainable projects. The health care manual will provide relevant and simple methods to prevent illness.

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England shirts create laughter and tears


In September, Agapao International

Impact Holidays 2009

February Kenya

Staying in a Masai village at the received 600 new England base of Kilimanjaro shirts from the FA, to be distributed to the children

April & August Uganda

Staying at an orphanage in Jinja at the source of the Nile If you would like to join us and make a lasting impact by sharing your skills, please contact us.

in projects across Uganda and Kenya. Seeing so many children, mainly orphans, open the only new item of clothing they have ever received, was very emotional. Grateful thanks to KitAid for making this possible.

Be the difference you want to see in the world - Gandhi

Leadership Training in Nairobi


Community leaders and young people attended an Agapao training event in Nairobi, where they were given the skills to develop their own community projects. They intend to take the message of love to thousands across the city.