Monthly Archives: May 2016

RIPPLE Africa is making magic happen in Lake Malawi!

Many of you know that one of our most important environmental projects is Fish for Tomorrow – a community led fish conservation project, which is proving extremely successful in the parts of Nkhata Bay District where it operates so far. … Continue reading

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Anyone for a sleepover?

This blog is written by RIPPLE Africa Project & Volunteer Coordinator, Nikki Luxford Teenage girls really are the same the world over. On Monday I visited the girls’ dormitory at Kapanda Secondary Day School as it has now opened and … Continue reading

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Sharing Ideas with the Pre-Schools

Volunteer Charlotte Nicklin writes about her time spent with the eight Pre-Schools in Malawi and how herself and Judith have been sharing their experiences. It’s been an extremely busy month at Mwaya Beach, as Judith and I have been working … Continue reading

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