Monthly Archives: July 2016

Jenny’s experience at the Pre-School graduation

Volunteer Jenny Hamerstadt writes about her humbling experience at one Pre-School in Malawi. I was invited to the Mwaya Preschool graduation ceremony on 11th July, 2016. I didn’t realize how important the event was until I heard a parent stand … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Kieran’s Volunteer Story

Recent volunteer Kieran McCabe has written a story about his time at Mwaya which is reproduced below. Stories written by other previous RIPPLE Africa volunteers can be found on the Volunteers’ Stories webpage. Kieran’s Story I was introduced to RIPPLE … Continue reading

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It’s a hard life being a schoolgirl in Malawi

This blog is written by RIPPLE Africa Project & Volunteer Coordinator, Nikki Luxford “It’s still dark outside but time to get up and do the chores before school. The list of chores is quite extensive: washing plates, sweeping the front … Continue reading

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Fruitful Office is Ten Years Old!

This blog is written by RIPPLE Africa founder Geoff Furber One of the fun things about RIPPLE Africa is working with some amazing people, and the team at Fruitful Office have been fantastic supporters of the charity for a number … Continue reading

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