SEPIA is a small family run charity which hopes to improve the lives of people in Africa through the development of educational projects. With your help, we can enhance the facilities within schools, grant bursaries to students and teachers to allow them to further their education and work with local communities to improve access to safe water and sanitation.

 

       

 

 

 

 

SEPIA is a small family run not for profit organisation recognised as charitable by HMRC. It was set up by Michael Clarke (a secondary school teacher) with support from Helen Clarke (a university lecturer) and Aaron, their son in 2008. The main purpose of the charity is to develop and support educational projects in Africa. We are currently working in Ghana and offer bursaries to allow schools to improve the provision of education to their pupils where government funding can not be found.

 

 

Team SEPIA 2019 - (Steve and Kerry Allington, Calum Sheppard, Lewis Desforges & Aaron Clarke) will be running the BIG HALF this March. To read about their story and to sponsor the team click on this link: TEAM SEPIA 2019

Feb 2019 - Temporary shelters have now been erected at Asafo Primary School following the destruction of the classrooms by a tropical storm in 2018.

New Tafo Basic School - we have now replaced sports kit and equipment following the break in. We have also added a newTable Tennis table, Netball posts and new Football goal posts

 

 

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Newsletter 11 is in production - watch this space!

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We couldn't do what we do without the continued support of our partners. Click here to see who they are.

We're also NVCO members - click here to see more details.

 

Michael and Helen will be visiting Ghana this spring in order to supervise the new building work at Asafo Primary School

Ropley School -plans are now in progress for this years fundraiser

Oakley Infant School - Michael is returning to Oakley next month to update pupils on our work

Our One Book, One Pen music video is still on our You Tube channel click here to watch.