The Southburgh Festival has been renamed. But some things remain the same (or similar). Once again the Mudeka Foundation will be running the bar, the gin and prosecco pop-up as well as cooking breakfast for hungry campers. All helpers are volunteers or trustees and ALL proceeds go to the charity. To maximise the proceeds we…

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It hasn’t been a straightforward project, mainly a result of the recent upheavals in Zimbabwe, but the borehole drilling was successful and Muda school now has a water supply. We are grateful to the Mason Trust and North Elmham Young Farmers for helping to make this happen. What’s next? Security fencing is about to be…

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We are excited to report that we will continue to collaborate with the School of International Development at the University of East Anglia. Three undergraduate students (Bryony, Gintare and Rosie) will join us this summer. These projects are mutually beneficial. We gain from fresh, but professional, eyes and the students’ youthful energy and ideas and…

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The sun shone on Friday 29th March when the entire school spent an hour clocking up laps for a sponsored walk http://www.colmanjunior.norfolk.sch.uk/category/children/school-council/ to raise money to support the Muda Feeding Programme. Each child, and their walking partner, walked as many times as they could around the school field field. The atmosphere was of full of…

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Our quest to help to provide food security at Muda school continues. The instability and inflation in Zimbabwe have caused us a few problems getting this project started, but with the help of our manager, Jennifer, and her husband, David, drilling has started. We have had traditional (a water diviner) and state of the art…

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Thanks to all our supporters at fundraising events in 2018 and also The Mason Trust, we have raised just over 90% of the funds we need to help provide sustainable food security for Muda schools. Now we need only a little more to pay the project manager fees to ensure the project is completed efficiently…

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After a very positive meeting amongst the bustle of the Sainsbury Centre cafe at UEA it seems that at least one student from the School of International Development will carry out their summer work experience with the Foundation. This injection of young, forward-thinking and enthusiastic students is a real bonus for the Foundation, and it…

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A really big THANK YOU AND CONGRATULATIONS to the pupils of Hopton Primary School who last week raised the fantastic sum of £875.06 to help us to continue the feeding programme at Muda school. We love it when children want to help those less fortunate than themselves.

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2018 will be the 10th Southburgh Festival of World Music and we will have much to celebrate, with some very special contributors. We hope you will join us for music, workshops, stalls, and, of course, the Foundation-run bar and breakfasts. The fun starts in the afternoon on Friday 27th July, and finishes after breakfast on…

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January 2018: Hopton Primary School pupils will learn about the Foundation’s work. On January 24th Elisabeth (our Schools Liaison Officer) and Anna will be visiting Hopton Primary School to tell the pupils about the work of the Foundation after which the children will be entertained with African music. The school is keen to help us to educate children in Zimbabwe.…

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