Last month, a small team of us went up to the refugee settlements in the north to evaluate the work we have been doing. Not only was it a great chance to see the impact of our work, but for me it was a great chance to also get involved and play with the children on the playgrou Read more
We’ve been published in a book! Writing a chapter in this book was a fantastic experience. It took us on a journey back to the beginning of the trials and tribulation of setting up the charity. Read more
In April 2017 East African Playgrounds turned 8 years old. This seems very hard to believe as I don’t feel old enough to have founded a charity 8 years ago. Read more
In this section of the blog you can find out all the nitty gritty about running a charity in international development, all the trials and tribulations that we have found out along the way. We have feature guests and share interesting articles within the sector.
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Welcome to our new blog. I have created a blog which will share with you the nitty gritty of running a charity; what is at the heart of EAP, how Uganda chose us and what drives us forward.Read more
This is a commonly used phase within the charity sector. A phrase that my playful mind has always found very funny. Because every time I hear that phrase I think of all the charity workers in the world squashed into one little field. And I think ‘What a well researched field that must be!’Read more
Many people ask me, how did you set up the charity? What was the hardest part? And how did you go about it? However, I think the most important question, that is not often asked is, how have we continued to ensure East African Playgrounds success.Read more