Year: 2016


Oct
Newsletter – October 2016
Click on the link to read the full newsletter: Newsletter-Autumn-2016  
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Mar
Collins’s Legacy Lives On
This blog is written by Nikki Luxford about her time spent with Collins and how his work has helped a little girl called Gift. On July 8th 2015 Collins sadly passed away after suffering a stroke yet his legacy and the amazing work he did lives on. One of...
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Aug
School should be safe
This blog is written by RIPPLE Africa Project & Volunteer Coordinator, Nikki Luxford Going to school was fun. I used to love seeing my friends every day, going into class where the walls were filled with colourful drawings and information relating to the topics we were studying. And all...
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Aug
Alyson’s Volunteer Story
Recent volunteer Alyson Klausing has written a story about her time at Mwaya which is reproduced below. Stories written by other previous RIPPLE Africa volunteers can be found on the Volunteers’ Stories webpage. Alyson’s Story A friend of mine introduced me to RIPPLE Africa earlier this year. While I...
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Aug
The results are in!
You have probably been aware that we have been running a photography competition as we wanted to create a calendar for 2017. We wanted to involve all past volunteers and visitors in order to feature their amazing photos taken during their time in Malawi with RIPPLE Africa. The prize?...
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Jul
The world’s most stylish wooden bicycle and planting trees in Malawi
French boat builders Wooden Widget have just launched their latest design, the world’s most stylish wooden bicycle. You can buy the designs and build your own wooden bicycle in less than ten days and no specialist equipment is required. They also have a range of plans to build your...
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