Posted: 4th July 2018



Henry’s Coffee House in Dundee is partnering with us to help farmer’s send their children to school in Uganda.

Buy a flavoured latte this month in the month of September in one of their coffee shops, and Henry’s will donate 20p to support Ugandan farmers. We will be able to train and equip farmers in improved, sustainable methods. Farmers who have only been able to provide one meal a day for their families, are now growing quality produce, able to sell excess at market and have enough income to pay for their children to attend school.

Don’t like flavoured lattes? By donating online whatever you can to help us deliver projects like these, you are helping farmers and their families turn their lives around.

  • £30 could provide a farmer with improved, drought resistant seeds to increase their yield and household income
  • £50 could provide a farmer with a knapsack crop sprayer to help prevent disease and increase crop yield
  • £100 could provide 50 farmers with training in disaster risk reduction and climate change mitigation
  • £500 could help establish a Village Savings & Loan Association by providing 80 farmers with comprehensive training in formation, resource mobilisation and credit management

What if I can’t visit one of the coffee shops?
You can donate online too! 

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