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Our latest newsletter, with stories from our projects in Burkina Faso, has just been published. You can download a printable version here or, if you would prefer to receive future editions directly by email, sign up below. If you used to receive this, but no longer...

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Building up to the new school year.

With just a few weeks until the new school year begins in Burkina Faso, our local partners are racing against time to finish the latest developments at Soulyale School. Thanks to generous support by both a UK trust and a church, a new three classroom block is rapidly...

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A post about ‘stuff’

At Transform Burkina, we are often asked about sending 'stuff' to help those we support in Burkina Faso by shipping a container to our projects. Whilst this is not something that we normally do ourselves, there will be occasions when opportunities like this can arise...

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A healthier future for Idambie

She may be a widow in her 80's, but Idambie Kailou is still active and busy in the home she shares with the family of her son and daughter in law. The extended family live in the Zongo district of Burkina Faso's capital, Ouagadougou, close to our Bethanie medical...

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Food for the needy as hunger bites

Following the erratic rains and poor harvests of 2017, hunger is beginning to bite hard in parts of northern Burkina Faso. The 2018 rains have now come, but it will be many weeks yet before the next harvest is gathered.  Meanwhile food supplies from last year have now...

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Micro ‘egg’onomics

We all know what a difference a small amount of support and encouragement can make and that is what lies behind our new micro-credit and savings programme. All it look for Isaac to start his own small-scale chicken rearing business was a small loan.  Now, from the...

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120,000 reasons to be involved

The rainy season in Burkina Faso marks the busiest time for local health professionals, with diseases such as malaria effecting far more people in the hot humid months. At the Bethanie medical clinic (pictured), the average number of patients seeking help each day...

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