Monthly Archives: March 2016

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 … Continue reading

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Understanding the Importance of Pre-School

Volunteers Charlotte Nicklin and Judith Ward write about their time spent with the eight Pre-Schools and how they’ve been repairing existing items and introduced a new resource. Judith and I, the current volunteers here at Mwaya Beach, have been having … Continue reading

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Creating incredible outcomes with limited resources

This blog is written by volunteer Rebecca Davies One of the many things I feel I have learned as a healthcare volunteer in Malawi is how to maximise resources, making the most out of what is available and creating outcomes … Continue reading

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Charlotte’s Volunteer Story

Volunteer Charlotte Nicklin writes her first story about settling in at Mwaya, Malawi and her volunteering experience so far. Stories written by other previous RIPPLE Africa volunteers can be found on the Volunteers’ Stories webpage. Judith Ward and myself met … Continue reading

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Jethro’s University Graduation and his “Proudest Mum in the World”

Yesterday we received this wonderful letter from Jethro following his University Graduation Ceremony which he attended with his proud family. Jethro was part of our education scholarship programme. Hello. So on Wednesday I joined the group of the learned, as … Continue reading

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