During the years since British grandmother, Ann, first went to Ruhanga and met Denis, the village has benefitted in a variety of ways. Through UK fundraising in partnership with Denis and the local community, the village has been provided with over 30 clean water taps, mosquito nets to 250 families, Skills training sessions to adults and young people , a school that now educates 450 children on a daily basis, with access to computers and a well stocked library. More recently the charity has sourced funding that has enabled the local NGO  ‘Stand on Your Own’  to build and open a village Medical centre and  begin constructing a purpose built vocational skills training  centre.