Rosie Brent-Turner

Volunteer in Kenya - Will and his volunteers
Travel Tales – Will’s Wanderings – Kenya

In part two of this month's Travel Tale, Will - our Volunteer Recruitment Manager - writes about his time volunteering in Kenya, how it differed to his experience in Ghana,...

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UN Goals Part Three
UN Goals Uncovered: Part Three

In the final part of our series on the UN Goals, we take a look at how we are advancing three more Goals at our partner projects in Africa.

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Derby County Community Trust have a profound impact

Derby County Community Trust recently returned from their eighth trip to Kenya with African Adventures. With volunteers across 5 projects, find out what they got up in our latest blog.

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10-Year Anniversary Dinner – £10,000 in grants ready

Our 10-Year Anniversary Dinner  was a great success, with almost £10,000 raised for The Foundation. The grants have been finalised, and we are delighted to now share details.

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Luke, Hayley, Harry and Oliver
A family trip with a difference

Derby County Community Trust have recently returned from their eighth trip. This year, the Rams in Kenya group was joined by even more of the Newman famliy. We spoke to...

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Youth Development Programme
Why get involved in African Adventures’ Youth Development Programme?

We are so excited to have recently launched the Youth Development Programme (YDP) for 16-19 year olds, and initial interest has been extremely positive! In this blog, we explore the...

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No Girls Left Behind
Tiverton High School leaves no girls behind in Kenya

Two years ago, Tiverton High School took a small donation of bras to Kenya, and saw the impact this had. For their second trip, Tiverton have gone one step further.

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Opportunities for graduates
10 reasons why an African Adventure is the perfect opportunity for your young people

Find out why a volunteering trip with African Adventures is the perfect way for youth organisations to maintain engagement with their young people.

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