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We provide 50,000 meals per year to schoolchildren who would otherwise go hungry - we need some really big pans for that! ... See MoreSee Less

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We've just bought 600 chickens! The aim is to produce enough eggs for sale to cover the costs of teaching the students how to manage livestock. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our 22 Tailoring students are busy learning the skills required to make shirts, trousers, skirts and dresses to enable them to go on to work in the garment industry. ... See MoreSee Less

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The village of Kiblo in northern Burkina Faso had no clean water resulting in water borne diseases and higher infant mortality rates.

With the help of UK Aid we have now provided them with their very first well.
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On the 2nd July, were aiming to repeat the success of our coast to coast running and cycling challenge. 
The participants depart from the east coast at sunrise and aim to arrive at the west coast before the sun sets.
Runners run as a relay, cyclists cycle the whole thing.
All proceeds go towards our education projects in Burkina Faso, one of the poorest countries in the world. The photos show how last years money was used and some photos of last years event.
If youre interested in this sort of challenge then get in touch!

On the 2nd July, we're aiming to repeat the success of our coast to coast running and cycling challenge.

The participants depart from the east coast at sunrise and aim to arrive at the west coast before the sun sets.

Runners run as a relay, cyclists cycle the whole thing.

All proceeds go towards our education projects in Burkina Faso, one of the poorest countries in the world. The photos show how last years money was used and some photos of last years event.

If you're interested in this sort of challenge then get in touch!
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Great work Jonny!

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