Out of Africa to Worcester

2012-10-12

Out of Africa
to Worcester - in Stories Music & Food

The Well, Top Barn Farm 7.30 Friday 12th October, FREE

An inspiring free event about Worcester’s own Africa development charity FOAG, with the Worcester Volcano Choir, Ugandan food and stories of development that works.

Top Barn Holt Heath, Worcester WR6 6NH

Booking essential at info@foag.org or 01905 831276

People from the Three Counties have brought health, education and enterprise to thousands of rural Ugandans for the last 30 years.  All over the region individuals, families, schools, churches and businesses have connected with the success of FOAG in small scale direct support to inspiring Africans.  On 12th October you will have the opportunity to meet one such person and hear first hand about the power of small scale development. Against all odds and starting with only a field and no money, Sister Sophie Akin built a centre to seek out disabled children, operate on their twisted limbs and give them an education and most of all, hope.

Meet the people behind FOAG and how they need your help. Sample Ugandan cuisine and enjoy the songs of Africa from Worcester’s own Volcano Choir

Join FOAG and be part of this Worcester/Uganda success story.  By supporting agricultural development and the health and education services which underpin it, we aim to help the people of rural Uganda to stand on their own feed and build a vibrant economy and society.

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