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31 July 2018

Helping schools make things happen

With such pressure on school budgets, fundraising and the support of PTAs is ever more essential. Yet when the funding required is substantial there's a risk of children and supporters working really hard to raise funds, and barely denting the target. People's enthusiasm diminishes, and pupils realise that they may leave before the goal is reached, and never enjoy the…
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20 July 2018

Training under way as ASHA Trust expands to Western Cape, S.A.

ASHA Trust have begun their expansion into South Africa's  Western Cape, starting in Franschhoek with plans to reach Limpopo. With substantial new funding over three years from the Genesis Trust in the UK, they are able to make a major step-change in their operations, starting work with 26 home creches initially. In these impoverished communities they will train women in…
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10 May 2018

Odysseus Unbound in Geoscientist Magazine

Lovely to see such a terrific write-up of the work of Odysseus Unbound in the prestigious Geoscientist magazine, the monthly Fellowship magazine of the Geological Society of London - and such a warm and enthusiastic editorial. it's a pleasure to have worked with the trustees, and to see their peerless research moving them ever closer to Odysseus's homeland. Link here…

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