East African Playgrounds (EAP) take a unique approach to child development and youth unemployment through a holistic outlook on play. Since 2009 East African Playgrounds has developed a model to build child centred, creative, inclusive,safe and fun playgrounds that maximise the benefits children are able to gain from play. Using this model they have trained a team of 30 professional playground builders in Uganda who have built over 90 playgrounds which will have over 145,000 children using them during their life cycle. Their playgrounds have had a huge impact on the children who use them and at the schools where they are built. EAP rely on Student Volunteers, who fundraise throughout the year, and over the summer go out to Uganda to see their money put to work. Come along and support Lyndi, one of this year’s volunteers to raise funds for this great cause.