Getting their ‘five a day’

Students at the Stafford Centre have reported a harvest of nearly a tonne of fresh, organic vergetables from their school garden over the last academic year. Using a drip feed irrigation system linked to a solar powered pump, year round production has meant a regular...

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Read all about it

Our latest newsletter is on its way to supporters; so please keep an eye on your mail box on in box over the next few days. With news from our projects, updates from Burkina Faso and developments in the UK, we hope you find it both informative and encouraging. There...

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We are hiring

We are looking for a new Chief Executive Officer to help us take the work of Transform Burkina forward. After nearly six years in the role, Kevin Lawrence, our current Executive Officer, is steppng back (although he will be staying involved with our work).  Please...

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A MAD welcome

Over the last few months we have been talking to MAD (Make a Difference) Group, another UK charity committed to similar work to Transform Burkina, As a result, we have agreed, from the beginning of 2020, to 'pool our resources' and work together to transform more...

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Christmas shopping for Burkina Faso

We can't promise you glossy adverts, fancy packaging or even snow; but buying a 'present' this Christmas for the people of Burkina Faso will, we can promise, transform lives. Whether it is providing supplies of clean, accessible water, life saving medicines or a...

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2 months ago

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In Burkina Faso, only 38% of the population can read and write ( the third lowest in the world ), but we're trying to do something about that.

This is Judith. She goes to school in a village in the north of the country and one of our supporters covers the costs of her education.

If you're interested in sponsoring a child on our bursary scheme then get in touch with us: jonny@transformburkina.org.uk
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In Burkina Faso, only 38% of the population can read and write ( the third lowest in the world ), but were trying to do something about that.

This is Judith. She goes to school in a village in the north of the country and one of our supporters covers the costs of her education.

If youre interested in sponsoring a child on our bursary scheme then get in touch with us: jonny@transformburkina.org.uk

2 months ago

Transform Burkina

There's an interesting website that compares different countries, so here's the comparison between the UK and Burkina Faso: ... See MoreSee Less

Theres an interesting website that compares different countries, so heres the comparison between the UK and Burkina Faso:

3 months ago

Transform Burkina

It's now the rainy season in Burkina, which is great news for farmers, but this leads to an increase in malaria cases which means it's the busiest time of year for the Bethanie Health Centre.

To help with the numbers of patients and visitors, we've just opened this new Kitchen and Dining-Room to provide food and drink.

Do you want to know more and get involved?

Then 'Like' our Page and Posts, message us asking to be added to our mailing list or click the link below to make a donation.

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3 months ago

Transform Burkina

Providing clean water has a greater impact on the health of a community than anything else. We're grateful to our donors who helped to fund this one and we have more planned in the future.

Want to get involved?

Then 'Like' our page and posts, message us asking to be added to our mailing list or click the link below to make a donation.

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3 months ago

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Here's one we did last week! ... See MoreSee Less

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