Photo Gallery from Wakadogo

We’ve just received some more photographs from Wakadogo. They tell us: ‘The library now has desks, chairs, bookshelves, solar power and computers. We will now spend the next few weeks doing a book drive in Uganda and the UK so that the library is filled with books by the time the children start the new academic year in February 2015.’

Footprinter report: Emma Patton in Malawi

Unlike other African countries Malawi has always been known to be relatively safe in comparison. The ‘Warm Heart of Africa’ where the people are always friendly and welcoming, it certainly lived up to the name during my last visit and I not only felt safe but I felt at home. Don’t get me wrong I always had it in the back of mind my mind that I was an azungu (white person) living in one of the poorest countries in the world so I have […]

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Kirsty Scott – Initial Report

This is my first report as a Footprinter as I set off to Namibia tomorrow (Ahhhhh!) with the charity Project Trust. In order to embark on this adventure I had to raise £5,600 and have just reached my target today, thanks to the support of Hazel’s Footprints Trust! My name is Kirsty, I am 17 years old and have just finished school at Boroughmuir High School in Edinburgh. I first applied to go on a Selection course with Project Trust in Autumn last year and […]