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1 week ago
We are on Instagram! 
Good morning everyone. We want to take the time to thank you for all your support. This includes you liking and sharing our posts here on Facebook which allows more people to learn about us. We are grateful. 
We have recently created an Instagram account for our organisation, with the hope of increasing our reach even further. We would love it if you could follow us there. We promise to keep you up to date on our work- providing a clearer image of how our days and weeks look on the ground. 
Thank you again for all your support. Have a lovely Sunday!
https://instagram.com/transformburkina?igshid=4ozvqeaxq3et

We are on Instagram!

Good morning everyone. We want to take the time to thank you for all your support. This includes you liking and sharing our posts here on Facebook which allows more people to learn about us. We are grateful.

We have recently created an Instagram account for our organisation, with the hope of increasing our reach even further. We would love it if you could follow us there. We promise to keep you up to date on our work- providing a clearer image of how our days and weeks look on the ground.

Thank you again for all your support. Have a lovely Sunday!

instagram.com/transformburkina?igshid=4ozvqeaxq3et
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3 months ago
Our project to provide clean water and improved sanitation and hygiene for Zondoma province in northern Burkina Faso has been launched. 
This project is funded by UK Aid from the British people.
It’s the first time we’ve partnered with the UK government and is a significant development in our own growth.

Our project to provide clean water and improved sanitation and hygiene for Zondoma province in northern Burkina Faso has been launched.

This project is funded by UK Aid from the British people.

It’s the first time we’ve partnered with the UK government and is a significant development in our own growth.And last but not least, with their #SmallCharitiesChallengeFund grants, Christian Engineers in Development and Transform Burkina will be improving the health of extremely vulnerable and rural communities with their water, sanitation and hygiene projects in Tharparkar, Pakistan and northern Burkina Faso.

To find out more about these projects or any of the other projects mentioned today, please visit the UK Aid Direct website bit.ly/2NqwlT1 or follow the organisations mentioned in these posts by clicking on their profile links.
#LeaveNoOneBehind #FCDO #smallcharitieschallengefund #WASH
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3 months ago
2020 was a good year for our agricultural project at Bethel School where students learn how to become farmers. 
Water comes from a solar powered pump attached to the on site well. The project costs £3,000 per year to run and each year 50 students graduate.
If you’d like to contribute towards this ( it only costs £60 per student for a one year training course ) then please get in touch with us. jonny@transformburkina.org.uk

2020 was a good year for our agricultural project at Bethel School where students learn how to become farmers.

Water comes from a solar powered pump attached to the on site well. The project costs £3,000 per year to run and each year 50 students graduate.

If you’d like to contribute towards this ( it only costs £60 per student for a one year training course ) then please get in touch with us. jonny@transformburkina.org.uk
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4 months ago
After a delayed start due to the pandemic, the Tailoring programme is now up and running aiming to train 40 students each year.
This costs £3,000 per year to run. If you’d like to contribute towards this then get in touch with us: jonny@transformburkina.org.uk

After a delayed start due to the pandemic, the Tailoring programme is now up and running aiming to train 40 students each year.

This costs £3,000 per year to run. If you’d like to contribute towards this then get in touch with us: jonny@transformburkina.org.uk
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