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Living in Uganda

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Tom Gill

on 8 December 2014

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Transcript of Living in Uganda

Support
24/7 support from founders
All guides
Dedicated EAP project leader
Dedicated EAP team on site
Everything you can imagine
Training
Fund raising
Flight/ insurance/ Questions
Uganda Playground Project
Overview

2 weeks
Staying at local school
AM: Building playground
PM: Arts and play program
Including safari
Project cost £500
Fundraise £700
Cost break down:Flights £6-800, Visa £35, Insurance £70

Why Playgrounds?
Understanding of social situations

Enhances imagination

Different types of play

Everybody deserves the right to
play

Providing a safe place to play

Class concentration & fitness

Why Arts and Play?
“Play is what lifts people out of the
mundane” Stuart Brown

AM: Building the playground
PM: Helping run the Arts & Play sessions
Living locally
No experience necessary – just heaps of enthusiasm!
Full support from EAP along the way
Great introduction to traveling!




On project
£50 deposit
£450 participation cost (food, accommodation, transport, support in UG and UK, BBQ and Safari)
£700 fundraising to EAP
Supported all the way
Training

Other costs, approx
Flights £6-700
Visa £35
Insurance £70

How do I apply?
Fill in an online application
Pay your deposit
https://eastafricanplaygrounds.wufoo.com/forms/ugvol2015

Restricted curriculum

Natural resources & sustainability

Community involvement

Inspiring creativity

Fundraising and Cost
Set up in 2009 by two students at Leeds (Tom and Carla)

Give children safe, fun and exciting places to play in Uganda

Train teachers in arts and play project

Train local young men and women to become welders and builders

Give students in the UK fantastic opportunities

Have loads of fun

Who are EAP?

Open Day

Open day of the playground is when you see what all the hard work was for as the kids go crazy.



Safari
Quad biking
Horse riding
Rafting
Island stays
Support
24/7 support from founders
All guides
Dedicated EAP project leader
Dedicated EAP team on site
Everything you can imagine
Training
Fundraising
Flight/ insurance/ Questions
Living in Uganda
Amazing food
wonderful people
beautiful place


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