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  • Bakery school update – May 2018

    The bakery school continues to inspire us, and provide a hugely positive impact for its students both past and present; 60 girls have now graduated from the bakery school… Read More

  • Tough times hit families in Zambia

    Times are very tough at our project at Tikondane in eastern Zambia. This is due to sharply increased food and petrol prices, drought conditions and less revenue for Tiko. Read More

  • Bakery school students have graduated!

    The 2017-18 class at our bakery school in Sri Lanka have all graduated. The students did really well and we are as pleased as punch for them ! Read More

  • Families in Zambia benefit from Xmas Appeal

    RoundTrip sent $5000 to Tikondane in Zambia in December-January, thanks to the generosity of people who donated to our Xmas Appeal. Read More

  • RoundTrip Xmas Appeal is on!

    This Xmas, we are asking for donations to help support our project in Zambia. A financial gift (even a small one) is also fully tax deductible. Read More

  • Bakery School update – December 2017

    Excellent progress has been made by the students in the last three months (September – November 2017). Read More

  • Bakery School – October 2017 Update

    It’s been a month at the bakery school and we are very grateful to our donors – a heartfelt thank you for your support, and for making the bakery course possible for these girls. Read More

  • Bakery School – workshop for special needs girls

    A workshop was held at the bakery school in Sri Lanka in August 2017 for special needs girls. We are excited to be adding this stream of students later in the year. Read More

  • Crowdfunding works for vital program in Zambia

    Our partner organisation in Zambia, Tikondane, recently held a trial fundraising campaign at Global Giving (globalgiving.org). The results were heartwarming. Read More

  • Plans for the bakery school – July 2017

    Volunteer Sri Lanka, our project partners, are making plans to start two new streams of students in the bakery school: girls with special needs; and girls from impoverished households (with low-income parents). Read More

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