Kasese Project 2018

Mission Rabies 

In 2018 Pascal and the AJ Tours provided the logistics for the Mission Rabies project in Kasese close to Queen Elizabeth Park.​​

For more information read the Blog:

http://www.missionrabies.com/blog/the-impact-of-a-simple-vaccination-volunteering-in-uganda


In 2019 they are planning the logistics for  the next Mission which will be in the surrounding area of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest 

Working with AJ Tours


•Mission Rabies is a UK-based charity and international NGO which was founded in 2013 with one aim, eliminate rabies.

•Over 99% of human rabies cases are caused by an infected dog bite. Once symptoms of the disease develop, it is always fatal.

•Every year, millions of healthy dogs are inhumanely killed for fear of this deadly disease. However, this doesn't halt the spread of rabies, which causes the deaths of around 60,000 people a year – the majority of which are children under 15.
•Mission Rabies is going to change that.

•Science shows that the most effective long-term rabies control strategy is through vaccination of dogs in endemic areas.

•Following World Health Organisation guidelines, Mission Rabies run mass canine vaccination drives and educate local communities on rabies prevention .Their results speak for themselves with the number of human rabies deaths falling every year.



Iain & Bernadette Perry


We would definitely travel with A J Tours again, in fact we are already planning our next trip in 2020, even though we are not getting any younger, at 66 years of age, we feel that with Pascal and the team, we can continue to visit Uganda for several years to come.


Sept/Oct 2018

Thank you so much to Pascal, Andrew, and all the team at A J Tours, for the wonderful trip that they arranged for us in September/October 2018, having travelled in Uganda before many times, this was truly the best trip ever.  We travelled across Uganda to Murchison Falls, via The Rhino Sanctuary at Ziwa, scenery, and wildlife was stunning, and the accommodation arranged was comfortable.

One of the highlights for us was Pascal's new Euphorbia Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park, we could have sat in the gardens all day just watching the beautiful birds coming and going, we also saw many animals in the area, including Elephants, Wart Hogs, and Monitor Lizards.

 We were taken high into the mountains of the Bwindi Forest National Park, where we have visited many times before, to see all our friends in the area, visiting also the schools we help to sponsor, at Buhoma, and Karangara, the accommodation here too was excellent.  




Joy Howell UK

I cannot thank Pascal and Andrew and the whole AJ Tours team enough for the amazing support they have given me, with my various charity projects, working as an Honorary member of the Kabale Rotary Club in Uganda.

Whatever I ask, whether it is organising my twice yearly trips, delivering items such as books and clothes to the schools I work with or giving support to our children, nothing is ever too much!