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The African Prisons Project Lent Campaign: You Can Help Transform African Prisons Into Places of Positive Transformation This Lent Period

5th March Publication Final

As a charity organisation founded on Christian values, The African Prisons Project works towards restoring dignity and hope for prisoners in Uganda, Kenya and prisons across Africa. We would like to ask you to join us as we dedicate this Lenten season to remembering those in prison in Africa We shall be sharing messages from prisoners throughout the 40 day Lent period, so please join us to hear their stories and share your messages of support and prayers through our website, facebook and twitter pages. We hope that some of the stories will inspire you to pray for the situations and people you read about.

If you are abstaining during Lent, consider using the money you save to support APP’s work to transform prisons in Africa into places of positive transformation. Did you know that: • £40 per month allow us to provide nutritional support to inmates living with HIV on death row• £100 support us to run a football tournament for 150 prisoners or more• £500 support us to provide a prison with a portable library with adult literacy, health and legal education materials, as well as educators to bring the books to life• £50 support us to run mother and baby reading groups at two prisons for a month

APP-University of London Students Providing Basic Legal Support to Fellow Inmates

The APP through its Access to Justice Programme adopts a two pronged approach which we believe provides the best cost benefit to addressing some of these challenges. African Prisons Project provides study opportunities for prison staff and inmates to study law with the University of London International programme. Read more …..

African Prisons Project Trains Prison Based Village Health Teams

The African Prisons Project with support from the Independent Development Fund (IDF) recently trained 22 members of ‘Village Health Teams’ who were drawn from 8 prisons from Oyam and Apac districts in Northern Uganda: the first of its kind in Ugandan Prisons. Read more …..