St Paul’s Walden

Sunday 18th September 2016 at 11.30am

10k, 5k and a Family Fun Run

The Amaudo run takes place in the fabulous surroundings of St Paul’s Walden Bury, Hertfordshire.  Now in its 11th year, the run is well organised and has a family friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

The challenging 10k and 5k route is through hilly, mixed terrain while the 2k fun run is perfect for children, newer runners and those who would like to enjoy the beautiful surrounding at a more leisurely pace.

All runners are asked to make a donation, either in advance via the donate button on our website (please state ‘RUN’ and the name of the runner as reference), or on the day. Minimum £10 for 10k & 5k runners and £5 for fun runners.  You are welcome to bring family and friends to watch the run and enjoy the beautiful gardens. On the day, non runners will be asked to make a donation of £5. All proceeds from the run go to Amaudo UK.

After the run there will be a fundraising BBQ and an opportunity to find out more about the work of Amaudo UK.

To sign up or for more information please contact Amaudo UK at amaudouk@amaudo.org

Mission Statement

Amaudo UK works in partnership to create affordable, accessible and sustainable solutions for people experiencing mental health problems or learning disabilities in Nigeria.


A world that protects and promotes good mental health for all.

Key Aims

  • §  To improve the skills and knowledge of the Amaudo Itumbauzo worker team and other associated health-workers.
  • §  To increase the capacity of Amaudo Itumbauzo by accessing and utilising expertise, resources and funding in the UK.
  • §  To increase awareness and promote Amaudo Itumbauzo and Amaudo UK.
  • §  To work with other likeminded organisations to share learning and knowledge about mental health in developing countries.


Annual Report 2015

See the impact Amaudo can make, with your support, in mental health in Nigeria. Click on the images below to see our full 2015 Annual Report and a report from the Director of Amaudo Itumbauzo, the Very Reverend Kenneth Nwaubani.



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