the school After attending a wedding in Togo in June 2008 Rod and Mandy Unger decided that they had to do something for the villagers of Agome Sevah. The happily married couple; Anoma Lokossou from Togo and Teun Van Herpen from the Netherlands and offered their support

Rod and Mandy were determined to try to help the lovely people from the extremely impoverished village of Agome sevah that they had visited during the week-long celebrations.

The role of Dekamile Europe is now clear. They are to help with all planning, carrying out all research and be solely responsible for all fund raising.

Over these past years various other people have given a lot of time to Dekamile including the trustees; Lady Patti Saxby, Caroline Sparks and John Muir.

Anoma and Teun Van Herpen are still very much involved. They give advice, undertake research projects, carry out translations and have donated a considerable amount of money and gifts!

Anoma's role when she visits Togo is crucial as a translator, facilitator and mediator. Thank you Anoma.

See the Friends page for a full list of everyone who has helped!

                  Updated October 2017