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WFS & Bumba Foundation

Walker Forestry Services are very proud to be involved in supporting the remarkable work of the Bumba Foundation.

The charity was set up in 2011 with a focus on providing sustainable education for children in rural areas of Uganda.

Walker Forestry Services have been involved with Bumba Foundation since 2012; by supporting annual fundraising charity events, donating funds to help build a kitchen at the community school village, and visiting the site to offer hands on support at ground level, we have watched the Charity help to build a self sufficient community. 

This year, we are excited to be supporting the Bumba Foundation’s agricultural project by funding the construction of demonstration gardens and educating the young people of the community on eco climate and forestry.  

In October of this year, a member of our team will be visiting the school village, which is based in Budaka District of Eastern Uganda;  we are excited to see how the project is progressing and will continue supporting the successful development of such a worthy community.

If you would like to know more about the Bumba Foundation project visit their website.

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