EETEP has been established for well over a decade now, and has suffered many ups and downs along the way. You can learn more about our previous work by reading any of our newsletters below; they definitely make for interesting reading!

2011, October

For our latest newsletter we take a quick look back at what, together, we've achieved so far (and a big thankyou to everyone who's chipped in, financially and in other ways). To date we have undertaken and completed work in the following areas: Bosnia, Croatia, India, The Gambia and Guinea-Bissau. Read our October 2011 newsletter here »

2010, January

Dear friends, where do I start? November 23rd we got news of a family who'd lived with their mother in Guinea-Bissau, West Africa. Sadly Muminatu Djalo, a Muslim mother of seven children, died in her home. The children's father having left just before her last child (Hamadu, now four) was born. Read our January 2010 newsletter here »

2009, June

Dear Friends, for those of you who don't know the story: in November of 2007 Phill Booth (EETEP Aid projects manager) visited an orphanage in Chennai, India. On arrival his immediate reaction was to say "Pack up! We're leaving this place". Read our June 2009 newsletter here »

2008, November

Dear friends, we've just returned from India. The purpose of the visit was to check up on the progress of the Angels of Hope orphanage. After landing in Coimbatore we were met by our driver, Anand, who drove us the two-hour drive down to the orphanage in Pollachi. Read our November 2008 newsletter here »

2007, September

Dear friends, as some of you may know a few months ago EETEP Aid was asked to visit an orphanage in Chennai, India run by Philip and Gladis Manickam. Last week we made this visit and were shocked by what we found. Chennai is hard to put into words, but in this newsletter I'll do the best I can to explain what I found in literally the worst place I have ever seen. Read our September 2007 newsletter here »

2007, June

Dear friends, we've just returned from another visit to Bosnia. We didn't do as much work as we would've liked but this was down to lack of funding and increased prices in Bosnia. However, we've done our best with the limited funds available to us. Read our June 2007 newsletter here »

2006, November

Dear friends, it took a while but we've finally raised enough money to go back to Bosnia. Not only that, but for the first time ever our charity has paid off the debts it ran up funding the work we've already done. So from now on we hope to raise the money first. This trip was about honouring the promises we made to people in June. Read our November 2006 newsletter here »

2006, June

Dear friends, well I've just got back from another trip to Bosnia. Although this trip went well, funding (as usual) was our main problem. Now I know I say this all the time, but I really do need help. If there's anybody who can help with fundraising please get in touch. I spent the first part of the trip in Sarajevo working with Phoenix, a Yorkshire-based charity. Read our November 2006 June here »

2005, December

Dear friends, I'd like to begin by saying a big thankyou to Robin Thornber of Surrey street, Glossop. Robin very kindly Created a page for EETEP on his website. He's done a great job of it and hopefully it'll generate some interest from the public. Thanks a lot Robin, lets hope it'll bring some help. Well, I've just got back from another trip to Bosnia and although the trip went well funding is becoming a serious issue. Read our November 2005 December here »

2005, September

Dear friends, I'd like to keep everybody up to date and I intend writing updates on a regular basis. The first thing I'd like to talk about is the Bosnian sponsor fund that's now up and running. An account has been set up in England to collect payments and so far we are sponsoring a 72-year-old lady called Ramza and a family who have a Down's Syndrome daughter called Merima. Read our November 2005 September here »