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1 week ago
This week weve been building new toilets!

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3 weeks ago
Every year we support several girls through their Baccalaureate - here are this years graduates.

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3 weeks ago
This year, 22 students graduated from our tailoring course, meaning each one is now able to seek employment in the garment industry.
The course costs £3,000 per year to run, so if youre intersted in helping support this type of project then please get in touch:
jonny@transformburkina.org.uk

This year, 22 students graduated from our tailoring course, meaning each one is now able to seek employment in the garment industry.

The course costs £3,000 per year to run, so if you're intersted in helping support this type of project then please get in touch:

jonny@transformburkina.org.uk
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1 month ago
We managed to get our agricultural starter kits to students in Burkina Faso just in time for them to sow seeds before the rainy season started, resulting in a great yield of crops for this year. 
We havent got any more funding for this project for future years, so please get in touch if you would like to help to fund this. Each kit costs £200 and pays for one more young person to be able to start their own farming business.
jonny@transformburkina.org.uk

We managed to get our agricultural starter kits to students in Burkina Faso just in time for them to sow seeds before the rainy season started, resulting in a great yield of crops for this year.

We haven't got any more funding for this project for future years, so please get in touch if you would like to help to fund this. Each kit costs £200 and pays for one more young person to be able to start their own farming business.
jonny@transformburkina.org.uk
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2 months ago
Carolle is being sponsored to attend nursing college for the next 3 years, thanks to a kind donation from supporters in the UK. 
In the UK there is one nurse for every 120 people. In Burkina Faso there is one nurse for every 2,000 people.
The cost of training is £75 per month for 3 years ( or £60 per month plus Gift Aid ). If youre interested in helping to support young people like Carolle to become nurses then please get in touch.
jonny@transformburkina.org.uk

Carolle is being sponsored to attend nursing college for the next 3 years, thanks to a kind donation from supporters in the UK.

In the UK there is one nurse for every 120 people. In Burkina Faso there is one nurse for every 2,000 people.

The cost of training is £75 per month for 3 years ( or £60 per month plus Gift Aid ). If you're interested in helping to support young people like Carolle to become nurses then please get in touch.

jonny@transformburkina.org.uk
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