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We are available to give presentations by appointment at schools, businesses, churches and organisations, email or phone to request a visit.
Eagles Wings has active projects in the following countries:
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India
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Uganda
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Kenya
Siberia, Russia
Russia
  Current Eagles Wings projects
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Maternity Clinic
Nebbi, North West Ugandaspacer
Girls Home
Elburgon, Kenya
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Street Boys’ Mbarara, Uganda
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Family Centre & Clinic
Ntungamo, Uganda
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School & Medical Centre
Katwe, Kampala, Uganda
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Street Kids & Orphans
Perm, Siberia, Russia
   
  Vision and
Purpose
  Emergency
Aid
  Training and
Teaching
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Ambassadors
Eagles Wings news: UK ladies team visit Nebbi, Uganda
Eagles Wings photo gallery
The Eagles Wings photo gallery gives you a view into some of our work and projects click here

Eagles Wings news archive
February 2010
India visit click here
 
October 2009
Uganda trip click here
 

Spring 2009, trip to Africa, click here
Subjects include:

  • Long term commitment from Eagles Wings
  • Girl power
  • Moses, the amazing paramedic and driver of the Eagles Wings ambulance
  • Immediate response
  • Elburgon Girl’s Home visit
  • Health and education seminar
  • Three wedding dresses
  • Medical supplies donated
  • School pays teacher’s salary
  • Financial advice
  • Improving employment opportunities

 

 

November 2008
Kenya & Uganda Visit

A team from Eagles Wings are visiting Kenya and Uganda in November 2008, to oversee and update our current country projects, including Elburgon Girls Home, the Katwe Slum Project, Kampala, Kericho District Hospital, Kenya.

 

 

 

 

 

Famine Relief: Kenya/Sudan border
First Eagles Wings aid truck reaches Lokichogio October 2011
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Eagles Wings Kenya, Nebbi Maternity Clinic
 
Eagles Wings YouTube site
‘An Introduction to Eagles Wings’ and other videos
Eagles Wings DVD
 


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