African Revival
African Revival
  • 161 High Street, Hampton, Surrey
    TW12 1NG
African Revival - Charity based in Hampton Hill, in the borough of Richmond upon Thames, working in Zambia, Uganda and Sudan to give children access to education, opportunity and choice.

Changing Lives Across Zambia, Uganda and Sudan


Hampton Hill-based charity African Revival works across Africa, in Zambia, Uganda and Sudan, to give children access to education, opportunity and choice.

African Revival build schools, train and support teachers, overcome barriers to education, and enhance performance in the classroom.

An educated community will be able to make better decisions. African Revival supports schools in rural communities in the hope of increasing economic earning power, reducing infant mortality rates, lowering HIV infection rates, whilst contributing to sustainable development. By offering education, opportunity and choice to Africa's children we aim to break the cycle of poverty that restricts Africa's development.

African Revival works in partnership with remote rural communities who, despite having very little themselves, are committed to giving their children a bright future. Working with schools over a 3-5 year period, their aim is to turn desperately under resourced schools into thriving centres of learning, to serve children today and for generations to come.


How You Can Help

Whether you are interested in volunteering, taking part in one of our events, joining one of our amazing challenges, fundraising to support our work, offering corporate support, leaving a legacy, or joining our social networks, we are here to help and support you. Just contact us for help and advice.

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For more information on African Revival, and charities in the borough of Richmond, please contact:



African Revival


161 High Street
Hampton Hill
TW12 1NG


020 8939 3190



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