Flushing away disease

The lack of basic hygiene facilities is difficult at any time, but at a health clinic it can be particularly dangerous, with the risks of cross infection and disease increasing for often already ill and vulnerable people. The completion of new latrines and washing...

Transforming lives, a contining story.

When we introduced Ruth Gumbiou to supporters nearly four years ago, she was new to our bursary scheme and beginning on her adventure of school. Now, in the last year of her primary school studies, Ruth (pictured with her mother) has received the pecious gift of...

Doubling our money, thanks to literacy training

Up to 70% of Burkina Faso’s population have never had the opportunity to learn to read and write.  Those most effected tend to be adults in rural areas, with the lack of these basic skills putting them at a disadvantage in many asxpcts of daily life. Through our...

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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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...

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...