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African Action International

​​Call us:

Jean & John Leak on 0402 449 966

​Find us: 

28 Somerset Drive
Warragul Vic 3820

African Action International Inc. is a registered Australian Non-Profit Organisation
ABN 83 524 785 773

OUR PROJECTS

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SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT, UGANDA

The Upward Academy in Bweyale has 450 students and is being equipped to integrate deaf and special needs children into the school. A large assembly hall and examination centre is also under construction.

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MERCY CHILDREN'S HOME, KENYA

The stories of many children in the home and school reveal great needs. Children are there through loss of one or both parents, some because their father is in prison. Others have been rescued from unsafe and at times dangerous situations. Many are simply suffering from malnutrition. These children are often brought to the orphanage by the Welfare Department of Kenya.

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MEDICAL CLINIC, UGANDA

The clinic is preparing to be extended to include a Maternity Wing. A portable Ultrasound machine has been purchased in Australia for this project.

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MERCY PRIMARY SCHOOL

The school built in ‘corrugated iron’ has had more classrooms added over the years. The Kenyan Government has now decided that all iron schools must be replaced with brick and are forcing demolition to hasten the building of new schools. This is the challenge we are now faced with! A new school is urgently needed.

 

Land has been purchased for a new school building, Work has now begun with some initial funds provided, to commence construction of four of the eleven classrooms needed. We are seeking further funds to bring the new school to completion.

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CLEAN WATER, UGANDA

In Bweyale the council has introduced mains water into the town area which supplies the Upward School. Over the years wells have been dug to provide fresh water for surrounding villages. 

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OBBO, SOUTH SUDAN

A school is still under development. The Building is progressing well with roofing under construction.

Local leader, Gabriel Odoch attended a ‘Master Tree Grower’ Training Conference’ in Luwero Uganda. The conference was conducted by ‘Beyond Subsistence’.

A drilling team is on site and have begun drilling a new borehole for the school.