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Our Communication on Progress Report is now available to view. Pictured - children playing with bubbles in Zanzibar.
What is a Communication on Progress Report?

Our 2019 Communication on Progress Report is now available to view! The report details how we are working to advance the SDGs and the 10 Principles, both at our partner...

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Mental health volunteering. A volunteer and a rainbow drawing.
Can volunteering help your mental health?

We often receive feedback from our volunteers here at African Adventures, much of which we find incredibly motivating, gratifying, and humbling. Some of the testimonials we receive are particularly poignant...

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You can now complete your DofE residential with African Adventures. Pictured - two volunteersin Ghana
Can I do my DofE residential with African Adventures?

We have recently been accredited as an Approved Activity Provider (AAP) with DofE, and our Youth Development Programme can be used for your Gold residential.

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Project Progress- The Walk Centre - volunteers teaching at The Walk Centre.
Project Progress – The Walk Centre

The beginning of the academic year is often seen as a time for fresh starts and new beginnings. However, we think it’s also the perfect opportunity to pause, reflect, and...

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Steph's travel story
Travel Tales – Steph’s Story

This month's Travel Tale is by Steph, our Senior Trip Coordinator. Steph reminisces about her experiences in each of our destinations. Read her travel story below...

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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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Brick by Brick has begun. Here, volunteers dance with the Dedzidi students.
Brick by Brick has begun!

Brick by Brick has begun! Our latest campaign, which aims to raise money for Dedzidi Community School in Ghana launched earlier this week.

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Children sit amongst plastic waste at a dumpsite in Nakuru.
Plastic Problems: Minimising your impact whilst travelling

There are steps you can take to minimise the impact you have on the environment whilst out on your trip, by choosing plastic-free alternatives...

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Rosie in Kenya
Travel Tales – Rosie Roams Kenya

For this month's Travel Tale, our Marketing Officer, Rosie, writes about her trip to Kenya, where she witnessed the work she writes about every day in action! Read her story...

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African Adventures is a signatory to the UN Global Sustainable Development Goals.
UN Goals Uncovered: Part Two

In a previous post, we discussed three of the 17 UN goals, and how the business and services that we provide aligns with them. In this blog, we’ll be looking...

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