Ainsley Harriott and Natalie Lowe during their final dance Photo: BBC. Our Patron Ainsley became the fourth contestant to be voted off Strictly Come Dancing 2015. Afterwards, he said about the show: “It’s been absolutely amazing. I’m sad that it can’t continue… but it wasn’t meant to be.” You were great Ainsley!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Shelton Lower School, in Bedfordshire, had a Harvest Festival “copper collection” to pay for porridge for the children of Kasiisi, raising £26.35. Thank you!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Peter Stebbings Memorial Trust has granted the Kasiisi Porridge Project sufficient funds to build an underground water tank which will allow storage of enough water throughout the year for the needs of the farm and the people working on it, for at least 20 years. Work will start soon, despite this being the rainy […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Following the grant from this Charity towards the construction of the Volunteers’ accommodation on the Kasiisi School Farm, they have now awarded us over £10,000 to construct a 20-metre drilled well intended to guarantee clean, accessible water for 20 years minimum, avoiding time-consuming and expensive labour carrying water from barrels, and fetching from the river in the dry […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Our patron Ainsley Harriott eased his way into Week 4 of the BBC Strictly Come Dancing competition, with his partner, Australian professional, Natalie Lowe. But it is no easy task, so we offer our many congratulations and our best wishes for the next steps!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Building has started at Kiamara Primary School – there will be five new latrines, resulting from the grant awarded by the British and Foreign School Society, to whom we are very grateful.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thanks to a grant of £5000 from the British and Foreign School Society to the Kasiisi Porridge Project, we are beginning to build girl-friendly latrines at Kiamara, Kasenda and Nyabweya primary schools. Work has already begun on the first ones.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Southill Lower School in Bedfordshire chose our project for their Harvest Festival fundraising. This small school raised £45.75 for us. Thank you to the children, their teachers and their families.Continue Reading... No Comments.