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Changing lives and improving underprivileged communities

The value of our work is measured by its impact on the lives of the children and the locals from underprivileged communities we serve.

primary school children supported since launch of the programme. With 660 benefitting in 2022.

young girls benefitting from a brand new toilet facility built in 2022 at Ecole Primaire d'Application de Dubreka.

children and parents with access to a library and a computer room built by the programme.

children have received training on menstruation, sexual health and received over 2,000 sanitary kits.

brand new toilet build for girls
Diploma celebration

Our volunteer’s trips in October 2021 and 2022 have left huge impacts in underprivileged communities.

  • Built a new designated sports facility that will benefit the entire city of Dubreka.
  • Built a brand new toilet facility that benefit over 600 young girls daily.
  • 150 young girls, 150 boys and 30 teachers received training on menstruation.
  • 1500 sanitary pads were distributed to girls from under privileged background.
  • Over 600 children and over 100 members of the local community benefitted from intensive English classes.
  • 350 and 17 teachers benefitted from the dental hygiene workshops.
  • 129 young people and 26 women benefitted from workshops on female genital mutilation (FGM)
  • 123 girls and 36 parents benefitted from irregular migration workshops.
  • 10 disabled young people benefitted from 1-2-1 support.


13 years old Ramata lost both her parents to diabetes and her family could no longer afford to send her to school. Through URBOND support, Ramata is studying hoping to become a local leader.

On the 20th December 2019, URBOND UK officials, the representative in Guinea and their team of volunteers in Guinea paid us visit with books, pencils, pens, rulers enough to last me and my classmates for 6 months. We are all very happy and grateful for all the support URBOND is providing to us and our teachers

ramata story

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