Posted on | April 7, 2015 | No Comments

April 17, 2015
1:00 pmto2:00 pm
Dear Friends

I’d like to tell you about our next Lunch Box talk on Friday 17th April at 1pm in the Friends Meeting House in Upper Goat Lane, Norwich NR2 1EW.

The Wulugu Project is now in its 21st year, and having made it possible for over a quarter of a million children to have an education, it continues to build new schools and hostels in one of the poorest and neglected parts of the world.

This special talk on Wulugu will be given by its founder and Ghanaian Chief, Lynne Symonds.  Wulugu is a small charity based in Norwich but its impact on the lives of children in northern Ghana has been profound.

Wulugu educates girls in literacy and numeracy as well as employable vocational skills, such as hairdressing, cooking, weaving, dress-making.  Wulugu has so far built and equipped seven Vocational Schools, the newest one being opened at Tolon in June 2014, with 400 girls enrolling and many more waiting to join.

People often say that they would like to ‘make a difference’ in this life but how many can say that they have made a difference to a quarter of a million children by indefatigable fundraising and careful building of good working relationships with people on the ground in Ghana. Lynne Symonds has managed to do this. Do please come and hear about her work in Wulugu.

Thank you and best wishes,

Marguerite

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