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New! May 2012

> Volume IV of Itupale is now online. Click here for details.

February 2012

> Our Ugandan Social Inclusion Project features in the Frontline SMS Special Series for National Geographic.
Click here to read the article.

December 2011

> The Cambridge to Africa team attend XLP London's Open Day!
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for more details.

Current Projects...

Mobile Phone Project in Uganda

Read about our social inclusion project that integrates deaf and hearing children.

More details here

Find out about our work with Ugandan artist Enoch Mukiibi

More details here

Artwork by Enoch Mukiibi


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Cambridge to Africa is a registered charity based in Cambridge, UK, and consists of a core team working with African communities both locally and abroad.


Find out about our work with Enoch Mukiibi

Cambridge to Africa has established a relationship with the Ugandan artist Enoch Mukiibi, which allows us to sell pieces of his artwork and receive a percentage of all sales. This money is used to continue our Ugandan projects.

To find out more about Enoch, and to view his artwork, please click here.


Our Mission

To advance education for the public benefit of African children and adults in Africa, Cambridgeshire and London through the provision of financial assistance, support, education and practical advice.

To alleviate poverty in Africa by providing education and training opportunities for deaf and non deaf children through the Child Africa International project in Kabale, Uganda.

The promotion of equality and diversity for the public benefit by providing an open publishing platform for African scholars via the Itupale Online Journal of African Studies.

You can find out more about Cambridge to Africa, and learn about our past and current projects, by viewing our promotional video. Click here to watch it.


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