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YOU MAY REMEMBER GLORIA LOST PAUL A YEAR AGO

2019-01-14T12:05:58+00:00January 14th, 2019|NEWS|

Her husband Paul succumbed to tetanus as there was no vaccine available after he was injured.  Life was tough for Gloria because #KabubbuKid Harriet had lost her sponsor too… Gloria is a strong woman and we thought you’d like to know how she’s been getting on... Despite being a widow, Gloria has been able to [...]

NURSE HASIFAH HAD A DREAM… 

2019-01-09T11:13:07+00:00January 9th, 2019|NEWS|

“I felt awful when I was sick with malaria, and sometimes we were so poor that we couldn’t always buy food, but I had a dream… and now after a lot of hard work, I made it!  I have graduated to be a nurse and it was only possible because you helped me by sponsoring me. [...]

NOT JUST 360, BUT 386 ‘HEALTH BOXES’!

2019-01-11T09:57:28+00:00January 7th, 2019|NEWS|

… adding up to a resounding £19,300 for our ‘Gift of Life’ appeal! Thank you for stacking-up those ‘Health Boxes’ in Kabubbu’s Health Centre. A generous flurry of donations over Christmas means Kabubbu’s hard-working families - and more #KabubbuKids like Paul - will be smiling in 2019! This great supply of antibiotics, malaria treatments, essential [...]

JOWERIA’S SO EXCITED TO BE IN A CAR FOR THE FIRST TIME!

2018-12-20T12:18:39+00:00December 31st, 2018|NEWS|

Got you thinking this New Year’s Eve?!? Many of Joweria's contemporaries 4,000 miles away at Motcombe Community Infant School, East Sussex, will be driven to school by a parent. But during Pete’s recent visit to Kabubbu, Kabubbu Kid Joweria had her first ever school run! Normally she’d be walking the miles to Kabubbu Primary School [...]

WITH DISTANT LANDS IN MIND THIS BOXING DAY, CONSIDER KABUBBU!

2018-12-19T13:05:35+00:00December 26th, 2018|NEWS|

Yes, you too could be enjoying the satisfaction of supporting the Kabubbu Development Project as a volunteer some time this next year. There are still places and still plenty to do between 7th and 29th August! Our next Kabubbu Information Meeting, compulsory if you’re booked to travel, will be held on Sunday, February 3rd. Venue [...]

THE ‘GIFT OF LIFE TO KABUBBU’ THIS CHRISTMAS EVE

2018-12-20T11:53:20+00:00December 24th, 2018|NEWS|

John 10:10  ‘I have come that they may have life and have life in abundance….’ Little Harima has had his operation at Mengo Hospital and is recovering, and that’s all thanks to you for giving life to Kabubbu through baby Harima. This Christmas Eve our ‘Gift of Life’ Appeal is very close to the 360 [...]

ONLY 37 BOXES SHORT OF THE ‘GIFT OF LIFE’ FOR KABUBBU! WOW!

2018-12-20T10:46:17+00:00December 21st, 2018|NEWS|

Thank you! This weekend, the exciting news is that our Gift of Life Appeal ‘Health Boxes’ are stacked-up in Kabubbu’s Health Centre – there are now 323! That’s just 37 (£1,850) short of our target for vital operations, malaria treatments, antibiotics and Maama kits across the next year. So close! Donate Now: Gift of Life Appeal [...]

IN THIS LAST WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS, THANK YOU!

2018-12-17T12:32:42+00:00December 17th, 2018|NEWS|

Your response to our ‘Gift of Life appeal’ now amounts to an exciting 204 ‘health boxes’ worth £50 each in support of the Kabubbu Health Centre. Thank you… In case you missed our initial request here’s a brief summary.  We want to keep Kabubbu Kids – sponsored or unsponsored siblings - in school and their [...]

ALL WE WANT FOR CHRISTMAS….

2018-12-12T10:58:38+00:00December 12th, 2018|NEWS|

…is to go to school or else we’ll be fetching water in a jerry can for the rest of our lives. For just £1 a day, yes that’s £30 a month, we could be like some of our friends and go to school, have a uniform, medicine if we are sick, and lunch every day. [...]

HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT PAYING £8.80 FOR A PRESCRIPTION?

2018-12-10T12:45:04+00:00December 10th, 2018|NEWS|

Some of us may think nothing at all; some of us may resent even £8.80. For £1.20 more, however, you could be feeling a heartfelt glow having made a meaningful donation to our #KabubbuGiftofLife appeal this Christmas. Why? Well, in Kabubbu there are no prescriptions, so a dose of antibiotics costs £10 and a malaria [...]