Replacement batteries have been installed in the Mayega Children’s Centre dormitory solar system after a period when they were not holding their charge. The batteries should have lasted much longer. The staff and children were very keen for the system to be renewed as light at night has become very important to them for comfort, security and evening activities. Thanks to Rev Deuli, Busega Scotland’s Project Leader for organising the work, Mr Jochaim , the electrician and of course , Busega Scotland donors for making everything possible.
We like this photograph!
It shows Jenny and Margaret on another ‘Walk Moray for Busega’ practice walk on the Speyside Way near Dalvey. It is hard work – so please sponsor them if you can. http://www.totalgiving.co.uk/mypage/margaretdickson
Check out how the Mayega hens are doing here.
Check out the reports page for the latest from the Family Support Project.
Visitors to this website are now able to make online donations to Busega Scotland. Please see our Donate Now page for more information or visit
If you are holding a fundraising event for Busega Scotland and would like an online giving page ,please contact us and visit
After a lengthy application process we are very happy to announce that Busega Scotland has opened an account with the Bank of Scotland. This will make our financial reporting and auditing process simpler. We are also registering for Gift Aid which will enable us to reclaim tax on donations made by UK tax payers. Please contact us for more information .
Account Name : Busega Scotland
Sort Code: 80-22-60
Account Number : 14126960
The Kalwande students were very happy to go and buy safety boots at the start of the new term. This should keep them safe when working in the mechanics workshop. They said thank you to the Moving on project for making this happen.