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This year we are celebrating our 10th Anniversary as a registered UK charity and we are planning several events and talks during the year. Find out what we have been up to below!

A new way to support CRMI through AmazonSmile

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If you are an online Amazon shopper then please consider using AmazonSmile to help the charity. If you log in using smile.amazon.co.uk instead of your usual amazon.co.uk and choose Christian Restoration Ministries International as your chosen charity, then Amazon…

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CRMI Scafell Pike Fundraising Walk

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We are constantly amazed by the skills, time and sheer hard work many individuals and groups put into raising funds for the many different projects the charity is involved with in Uganda. On September 18th…

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Fundraising in 2018

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We have been amazed by the skills, time, training and hard work that many individuals and groups have put in to raising funds for the many different projects that the charity supports in Uganda. This year…

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Working with Maria from Mild May

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We all appreciate that good nutrition is at the heart of good health. There have been massive improvements in the health of the children in our sponsorship programme simple because they get a good meal at school everyday….

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Fun Run at Bombo School!

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The children at Bombo School had an absolute blast doing their first ever Fun Run! Everyone joined in from the youngest pre-schooler in Baby class to the teachers, head teacher and parents. The children were sponsored by…

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Highfield School 2018

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This year was the third annual trip for Highfield school, Harrogate. A team of six year 6 pupils and parents plus two staff visited the school in Bombo for a week in early February. During their packed itinerary…

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Baby Sarah

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At our last clinic in Nakaseke we met a tiny baby, Sarah who was 3 months old and yet weighed only 1.3kg. She was dying of malnutrition, raised temperature and dehydration and was transported to…

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