Monthly Archives: October 2015

Charity within a Charity

This blog is written by RIPPLE Africa volunteer, Nikki Luxford Small community projects can be just as important as the larger scale ones but for different reasons. They may not directly benefit huge numbers of people but for those involved … Continue reading

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Theatrical Fish Conservation Presentations

This blog is written by RIPPLE Africa volunteer, Nikki Luxford Much of the success of RIPPLE Africa is down to the passion and dedication of the staff plus the education and acceptance by local people – especially when it comes … Continue reading

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Please can we ask for your vote?

We stand a chance of winning €30,000 for our environmental projects – but we need votes! We have applied for funding from The European Outdoor Conservation Association but we have some competition and it’s all down to votes! We would … Continue reading

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A wrong turn saves lives and trees in Malawi

We’re really excited that a great article has been published by Deutsche Welle (DW) who are a German International Broadcaster. It tells the story of how RIPPLE Africa was born and the Changu Changu Moto project. Read the full article … Continue reading

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