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A Level results – What to do next?

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":null,"attributes":{"class":"media-image alignnone size-medium wp-image-1610","typeof":"foaf:Image","style":"","width":"504","height":"378","title":"Peace One Day u0026amp; Camps International","alt":""}}]] If you've been following us on Facebook you'll know we're big fans of the International Peace One Day, which is the 21st September every year. If you want to learn more about it, here's a great short video. EssentiallyåÊ it is a UN recognised day of peace whereby all sectors of society, including governments, organisations of the UN, regional and non-governmental organisations, and individuals are encouraged to take action that fosters...

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EXPLOSIVE WEEKS IN MAKONGENI

Stephen Kanja FeedingÌâåÊThe feeding programme at Stephen Kanja primary school is proving to be such a success and as we goÌâåÊalong we seem to be getting more organized, for the first few months we had a bit of trial and error with the prices and amounts of food, i.e. how much everything cost per month and how long did each individual batch of food last. Now I think we know exactlyÌâåÊwhat is required and things seem to be going very...

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Sunny in Cambodia #4

At the weekend I hitched a ride into Ol Gaboli with the team flying in from the uk. They'd travelled for 24hrs at this point but there was too much to see for them to sleep. After just a couple of nights out at the lodge it was time for me to head back out and wind my way back to the coast to meet another team heading in. On the way I stopped off in Nairobi for the afternoon...

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part two….Asia continued…the bit with Tarantulas

Development work in rural Africa is full of new experience. Volunteers have to learn new ways and technologies in just about everything. For instance, volunteers have to learn to balance bucketfulls of water on their heads in order to provide project water demands. The next stage, in consultation with the rural folk, will be to balance the bucket without having to hold it with hands. Amazingly this may be achieveable since volunteers are very determined.

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Giant Turtle Release!

Not so long ago, this 80,000-acre piece of land was home to a slowly failing cattle ranch. Overgrazing of cattle turned the fields to dust, poachers slipped on and off the ranch with ease, and squatters settled in, farming and building mud and thatch huts along the ranch‰Ûªs critical rainwater basin. Then in 1998 Wildlife Works took over the management of the ranch. They immediately moved the cattle from the land, began unarmed patrols to remove any snares set for...

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