Please Sir, can I go to the toilet now?

For many pupils in Burkina Faso, what may seem like a simple enough request to us, is fraught with difficulties. National statistics suggest that 50% of all schools have no access to toilets. Pupils who need to go in rural areas are often forced to use the...

Let the future begin

The new classrooms at Soulyale are now in use, with more students getting the chance of an education and a brighter future, thanks to the generous support of many in the UK.. The project to transform the school at Soulyale is now moving ahead fast, with our aim to...

Playtime comes to Soulyale

Thanks to the generous support of a UK trust, we have built a new playground at Soulyale, a remote rural primary school in the north west of Burkina Faso. The school is growing rapidly, with 300 primary aged children set to be on roll by 2021. We have been supporting...

The story in numbers

Of course, numbers never tell the whole story, but we are nonetheless so grateful for the story that our latest niumbers are telling. Thanks to the record breaking generosity of so many people and organisations in the UK, our latest annual accounts, just published,...