Daily Archives: J July, 2016


Announcing the Innovation Seed Fund

This year EPAfrica will be investing over £1000 of funds in seven innovative project ideas in our partners school, as part of a new initiative to continuously improve and develop our programme EPAfrica invests funds, time and energy into our school partnerships. We send our Project Workers (PWs) to live and work in our partner schools in order that they can develop the contextual understanding and strong relationships that will enable their time, money and […]

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An update from St John’s Rutsya, Mbarara

Hello! I’m one of the Project Workers working at St. John’s Rutsya this year with Susanna and Bessie and thought I would share a few memories and experiences we’ve had so far. St John’s Rutsya is a rural secondary school located in Kaberebere, near Mbarara town. Opening in the mid-1980s, it is now an established Catholic Secondary school, hosting both boarders and day students from Years “Senior 1” to “Senior 6”. Head Teacher William has […]


EPAfrica Instagram #nofilter (mostly)

This summer across East Africa we have been snapping and gramming our best photos via EPAfrica’s new instagram account. Would you like to be a Project Worker? Sign up below to be alerted when recruitment opens in your area. Alert me when applications open: Email Address First Name Last Name Region CambridgeLondonOxfordOther Anna Spinks Anna is EPAfrica’s CEO. She was a Project Worker in Kisii in 2007 at Kemasare Secondary School and has been involved […]

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