Providing life giving water supplies


Offering vital health services to local communities


Offering a brighter future through schools

Welcome to Transform Burkina, a charity which works directly with partners in Burkina Faso to eradicate poverty ‘one life at a time’.

We believe that the best solutions to the problems that Burkina Faso faces come from the Burkinabe people themselves and we work in partnership with local organisations to support initiatives in the provision of clean water and sanitation, health, education, micro credit and income generation.

The name Burkina Faso translates as ’the land of upright men’ and we believe this beautiful and hospitable country can be a blessing for the world. Please look around our site to find out more and contact us if we can help in any way.

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This years tailoring students have graduated and will now be able to seek employment or set up in business for themselves.
Transform Burkina
Transform Burkina
On Saturday 2nd July, a team of runners and cyclisyts will be attempting a coast-to-coast relay aiming to leave the east coast at sunrise and reach the west coast by sunset.

We would love it if you were willing to sponsor us in our challenge by following the link below:


The event is in aid of Transform Burkina, a charity which supports the most vulnerable people in Burkina Faso in West Africa.

Your donation will enable us to continue the vital work we do by providing food, clean water, education and healthcare to those most in need.
Transform Burkina
Transform Burkina
Due to the security situation in the north of the country, may people have become internally displaced and are now living as refugees in other parts of the country.

Recently we've provided 3 tons of food and cooking oil for a group of 160 people who had nothing.
Transform Burkina
Transform Burkina
After supplying the villages of Maki, Kiblo and Kigola with clean water we've now run sessions in good hygiene practices in all 3 villages - and a total of 581 people turned up!