Here are various links to organisations we have worked with:

Terra Amata Farm

Terra Amata Farm consists of approx. 30 hectares and is the home of the Van Nes family, who have been involved in farming for many generations and run the Sussex To Africa ntework.
http://terraamatafarm.co.uk/

African Medical Research Foundation

For over 50 years, AMREF has been improving health in Africa by bringing good quality, affordable healthcare closer to those who need it most - improving access to healthcare treatment and providing health education in some of Africa's poorest and most remote communities
http://www.amrefuk.org/

Classrooms for Kenya
Classrooms For Kenya is a charity started by staff and students of The Weald School. Schools in Kenya are predominantly overcrowded and children are taught in mud huts that collapse every few years. These schools cannot afford to replace these buildings without outside help. Our aim is simply to provide permanent, safe classrooms for Kenyan children.
www.stevesinnottfoundation.org.uk

FARM-Africa
FARM-Africa works with poor African farmers, helping them to produce more food for their families. We want to make sure future generations don't have to depend on handouts of aid.
www.farmafrica.org.uk

Hope for Lugazi
Supporting Young people's education in Uganda
www.hopeforlugazi.org.uk

​Joy for Children
A Christian UK registered charity (charity no. 1107290) that works in Uganda. We are supporting slum development projects in Uganda, working alongside the most disadvantaged people in the poorest areas of Kampala.
www.joyforchildren.org.uk

Alive & Kicking
An African social enterprise that manufactures sports balls to create jobs for adults, provide balls for children and promote health education through sport. Based on the principle that trade will help communities in the long term, Alive & Kicking’s workshops in Kenya, Zambia and Ghana are run as not-for-profit businesses.
www.aliveandkicking.org

Tools With A Mission
Enabling people to earn a living and to support themselves in many countries of the world people have few skills, little education and no means of earning a living. Almost 30 years ago we started providing help by collecting and refurbishing tools and equipment no longer required in the UK and sending them overseas.
www.twam.co.uk

KitAid
A charity set up by Derrick Williams MBE, who visited Tanzania on a WaterAid supporters' trip in 1998. Derrick, being a mad footie fan, was amazed at the reception he received from children and adults in remote villages just because he wearing his favourite football shirt (Watford, Chesham Utd, Liverpool FC to name a few). Kit Aid Finding a home for your unwanted football kit in Africa and beyond.
http://kitaid.blogspot.co.uk/

Abaana
Abaana a charity for the children of Africa to see the children in Africa have their needs met, their rights upheld and their dreams fulfilled through raising awareness and motivating people to give sacrificially so that lives are transformed and the love of God is shown in a practical way.
www.abaana.org

Aid for Trade
Christian Microenterprise Network - The Christian Microenterprise Network links missions, charity agencies, churches and individuals supporting our vision to help income generation in developing countries.
www.aidfortrade.org.uk

Malalo Sports Foundation
The Malalo Sports Foundation - "Eliminate poverty through sustainable and well-coordinated Sports programmes"
www.malalosport.com

Grace and Light International
The vision is to see the transforming grace and power of the gospel of Christ spread through Africa, especially in overcoming the AIDS/HIV epidemic, as openness about HIV status defeats the culture of stigmatisation and secrecy, as spiritual fellowship minimises transmission of the virus, and as people living with HIV/AIDS and their families are given the loving support and care they need to live longer and better lives.

Life Reform Link
This work is part of KCAVOP (Kitabisi Community Aid Victimized Orphans Programme) a community based organization Registered as a Charity in Kenya in 2008 with the Ministry of Gender, Sports, Culture and Social Services number 1130 CBO category (Community Based Organization). They provide support for an orphanage, education, a vocational school, community health promotion, nutrition, economic empowerment and community outreach.
www.lifereform.org






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DONATIONS

Donations can be sent to Terra Amata, Broadford Bridge Road, WEST CHILTINGTON, PULBOROUGH, West Sussex, RH20 2LF, United Kingdom.