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TEAMS receives some “Crafty support” during the Pandemic
TEAMS receives some “Crafty support” during the Pandemic

We were thrilled to receive generous support from the Craft Group of All Saints Church Sidmouth, Devon.
During the Pandemic this group has turned its attention to making (amongst other things) face masks. These were sold to raise funds for Charities and TEAMS was one of those selected to [...]

Fried Lizard!
Fried Lizard!

When TEAMS solar powered submersible pump at the borehole stopped working, we never imagined that the cause would be a fried lizard! The poor creature came off worst when it crawled across the electronic controller. Although we feel sorry for the lizard, TEAMS is having to foot the bill [...]

TEAMS receives unusual aid!
TEAMS receives unusual aid!

Caroline, a science teacher at Ranelagh School in Bracknell, Berkshire in England, has with her family, been a loyal supporter of TEAMS for many years. During 2018 she visited Uganda to see for herself how TEAMS works within the needy communities of northern Uganda. Whilst in Gulu, she [...]

Good News!

Good news! At this time when all charities are struggling with diminished income and donations, TEAMS wishes to share with you some Good News! During the past few days two unexpected donations have been received totalling £1,070. Both were made under the Gift Aid scheme so their worth to TEAMS is [...]

Prayers needed!
Prayers needed!

We were confronted with this sight when we arrived at our centre in Layibi, Gulu last month. Even recently constructed splendid houses are not immune.

The National Government is proposing a new road to serve Gulu Station (which is derelict, has no railway lines and hasn’t seen a train [...]