Uche Ikpeazu has given more than 150 items of Wycombe Wanderers kit to children in Uganda on behalf of the club, ahead of his international debut for the African nation later this month.

The 25-year-old, who was born in London to a Ugandan mother, has been called up to represent the Cranes in a doubleheader of African Cup of Nations qualifiers against South Sudan.

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He visited Adams Park on Monday, November 2 to meet Anthony Bateman and Terry Goddard from CALM Africa and present them with the donated items.

CALM Africa is a charitable organisation, focusing on the promotion, observance and protection of children’s rights in Uganda, and is concerned with the plight of vulnerable children in particular.

The striker said: “It will be an honour to represent my country and I’m humbled to be involved in this fantastic project which will result in many young children in Uganda receiving these gifts from Wycombe Wanderers.

“I’m extremely proud of my roots in Uganda – a country I have had the pleasure of visiting a number of times – and thank CALM Africa for making it possible for us to help many young children in this way.”

CALM Africa’s patron Anthony Bateman added: “Uche has the potential to be a real role model for young people in Uganda, who love their football and for whom sport and education can be an important vehicle for their development.

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“This is a wonderful gesture from Wycombe Wanderers and we know that the children will love receiving these items and following the club’s progress for many years to come.

“Thank you to the club and to Uche for thinking of us in this way.”

Ikpeazu joined Wycombe this summer from Scottish-side Hearts on a three-year-deal, where he scored 10 goals in 55 games for the club.

Since joining the Chairboys, he has only played four games due to injury.