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Read the latest news from our projects, fundraising efforts and other developments.

Covid-19 and JMT’s work

Covid-19 and JMT’s work

Posted on Aug 5, 2020 in General News, Project News

As the UK begins the recovery and restoration process following Phase 1 of Covid-19, we have been incredibly conscious of our friends and partners in sub-Saharan Africa who, at the time of writing, are facing the peak of the pandemic. It is well reported that with health and care systems that are struggling to cope […]

Challenging times in rural Uganda

Challenging times in rural Uganda

Posted on Aug 4, 2020 in General News, Project News

In the past month, we heard from Olive, who leads the Orphan Education Programme in Ibanda. Olive reported that life had not been easy for those living in rural Uganda, commenting: “People have had to adjust to a new routine of staying at home, no work, no earnings and no movement with no notice.” Olive […]

Responding to Covid-19 challenges in Nairobi informal settlements

Responding to Covid-19 challenges in Nairobi informal settlements

Posted on Jul 30, 2020 in General News, Project News

The Centre for Urban Mission in Nairobi is working across the informal settlements to distribute food, hygiene relief and care packs. The initiative is aimed at supporting 900 families, and so far 2,994 individuals have been cushioned from starvation for a month. Whilst this number is incredibly impressive, it is about half of the targeted […]

What we aim to do

Africa can seem vast and it's hard to know where to invest. We provide a way to help you support initiatives that are really making a difference on the ground.

Grassroots Grassroots

We support locally-led, small-scale Christian initiatives, that address community needs but might otherwise struggle to get international funding.

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Personal Personal

We develop ongoing, personal relationships with the projects that we support, through visits and regular communication.

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Efficient Efficient

We’re run by volunteers and keep our overheads low, so that our project partners receive as much as we can give them.

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