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What Kisoboka does

The Kisoboka Trust supports local initiatives in various countries in sub-Saharan Africa impacting on water, sanitation, health and related issues in communities, schools, hospitals and health centres.

Kisoboka – The name

Kisoboka means “It is possible” in the Luganda language – one of the several used in Uganda.

Kisoboka – How it started

When one of the trustees received a request from a school in Uganda for help with water and sanitation projects. Despite contacting several organisations, charities and NGOs it seemed unlikely that  any practical or financial assistance could be provided.

Unable to make an effective response as an individual,  a group of friends offered to come  together to form the Kisoboka Trust. The trust was created with no funds and no supporters. Thanks to family members, individuals, schools and other charities we have found “it is possible”  to provide funding and technical support for a range of projects.

The featured photographs show some of the existing and planned projects. To see a more complete set of photographs  Go to our portfolio here   The Trust has  plans to broaden it’s support into the local communities in Uganda and other countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Who we are

The Kisoboka Trust is a UK based charity supporting local initiatives in various countries in East Africa impacting on water, sanitation, health and related issues.

Kisoboka – How it started

It all started when one of the trustees received a request from a school in Uganda for help with water and sanitation projects. Despite contacting several organisations, charities and NGOs, it seemed unlikely that any practical or financial assistance could be provided.

Unable to make an effective response as an individual, a group of friends offered to come together to form the Kisoboka Trust. The trust was created with no funds and no supporters. Thanks to family members, individuals, schools and other charities we have found “it is possible”  to provide funding and technical support for a range of projects.

 

Meet the Trustees and volunteers here:

Norman Martin

Debbie Perkin

Brian Arthur

Graeme Kemp

Emily Martin

 

Newsletter archives

Read some of our newsletters or explore our portfolio of pictures

You can go back over the old newsletters to get some idea of what we have been doing to support WASH projects and other issues. Just click on the newsletter title. Go to our portfolio here

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