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Essex parents donate toys and clothes to Ugandan children


A20-foot container of toys and clothing donated by the people ofSouthend in Essex is on its way to a children's hospital in Uganda.

ByJames Tweedie

Kind-heartedlocals responded to an appeal by Restore Project workers SueBonner and Ruth Sims for gifts for the Mwanamugimu children'smalnutrition unit at Mulago Hospital in Kampala.

The three-day event atShoebury and Thorpe Bay Baptist Church received hundreds of donationsof children's clothing and outdoor play toys, in addition to otheruseful items from local residents.

Southend-based medicalinstrument company KeyMed supplied the container and paid to ship thedonations to Africa.

Former Southend HighSchool pupil Ms Sims, who has done much charity work in aid ofAfrican people, said: "I would like to say a big thank-you to thepeople of Southend, whose response to the container appeal has beenmagnificent.

"People have given sogenerously, and in many cases they brought new equipment, toys andclothes."

Restore Project ExecutiveAssistant Ms Bonner added: "The response has been fantastic. We hadso many people come down with donations and many people bought newthings from shops, including a microwave.

"I am so pleased at howgenerous people have been. I am amazed we have been able to fiteverything in. We have had some really experienced packers to makesure we could get as much in as we did."

The Restore project wasset up in September 2009 to restore children to good health byimproving the standards of care, premises and equipment of theprotein energy malnutrition unit, which was founded in 1965.

The name Mwanamugimucomes from an old Ugandan proverb which can be translated as 'fromsmall acorns come mighty oaks.'

The project has alreadyyielded humanitarian dividends just eight months since its inception.The hospital has already undergone huge improvements including therefurbishment of its emergency room an the creation of a dedicatedemergency drug fund to ensure that no child dies because their parentor guardian cannot afford to pay for treatment.

The container of love setsail from Tilbury docks on the river Thames just east of London onSaturday May 22, and will reach Mulago hospital in about threemonths' time.

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