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July 2019 - Kachumbala Maternity Unit was selected as the Architizer A+Awards Jury Winner
following the Fram3 World Award and two accolades at the European Healthcare Design Awards in 2018.

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EFOD really does 'Makes a Difference'
It did for Geraint Vaughan, a Media Technology student in 2016 who volunteered to film projects.
He reflects,"The films that resulted my time spent in Uganda have been my proudest achievement to date."
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October 2017 - Kachumbala Health Centre 3 Maternity Unit .
EFOD & it's associated partners completed the construction of a £ 110,000 Maternity Unit for the Health Centre.

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Sept. 2017 - EfOD NW's successful completion of the construction of Kathy's Centre,
             to enable the Act4Africa team to move into their new premises.

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2017 - Building Kathy's Centre - Built from Interlocking soil stabilised blocks, the design includes a passive ventilation system,
delivers energy from solar panels and composting toilets.

22 volunteers visited site to supervise construction over a 24 week period to deliver all aspects of the £ 68,000 scheme,
training a local labour force in construction techniques, whilst enhancing their own experience and expertise.

To find out more about the Kathy's Centre project    Link here.
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July 2019 - Now in its tenth year, the organisers called this year's EFOD cycle challenge the 'Beat the Beacons Beast.
The ride was split equally over two days - riders having the choice between a longer 200 mile route
or a shorter 100 mile route - covering some of the most spectacular scenery Wales has to offer.

Link here to their fundraising page
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From R to L : Delwyn Jones EFOD SWW chairman, Dr Kathy Bourgoyne, Shaun Williams EFOD Electrician,
Thomas Reed EFOD Plumber, and Anthony Rees EFOD SWW Treasurer.

The power backup system at Mbale Hospital Neonatal Unit now functions properly,
and the lives of premature babies born there are again being protected!

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October 2016 - Vaughan Gething, the Welsh Government Cabinet Minister for Health & Sports,
looking at the Solar Water pump project which is providing water from the Malera Borehole.

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Carrying the new coffee seedlings ready to plant the next crop for the Zukuka Bora project.

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2015 - the Kachumbala Mill and Grain store, masterminded by EFOD SW Wales, up and running.

More about the Kachumbala projects on the EFOD SW Wales region page    Click here

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