Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Body Shop Foundation Supports RIPPLE Africa’s Fish Conservation Project

We are thrilled to announce that The Body Shop Foundation is supporting RIPPLE Africa’s fish conservation project for the next two years through its Global Grants Programme. The following paragraph was written about this project in the Foundation’s announcement of … Continue reading

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Emirates Supports RIPPLE Africa’s Changu Changu Moto Project

RIPPLE Africa was one of three successful projects selected from 400 applicants by the international airline, Emirates, as one of the beneficiaries of its environmental initiative, “A Greener Tomorrow”. Watch the video below about RIPPLE Africa’s fuel-efficient cookstove project which … Continue reading

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Walking 100km for RIPPLE Africa

Kate Rollings and two friends took part in the London2Brighton Challenge on 24/25 May 2014, walking 100km through the night from London to Brighton. Kate raised over £1,500 for RIPPLE Africa’s fuel-efficient cookstove project, and this is what she wrote … Continue reading

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Mwaya Mondays – Volume 76

This week’s blog is the third one to be written by RIPPLE volunteer, Anna Mohan. I can’t believe that it’s June already, and I have been in Malawi almost 10 months; time really has flown by. My blog this week … Continue reading

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News of Previous RIPPLE Africa Volunteers

Spring is in the air! Congratulations to three previous RIPPLE Africa volunteers on the safe arrival of their babies. Jo Fletcher First to arrive was Reuben James Fletcher on 2 May to Jo Fletcher and her husband Jason. Jo writes: … Continue reading

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