• Community Assistance Program

    RoundTrip is reaching out to vulnerable members of the community around Ella in central Sri Lanka. Our new Community Assistance Program will allow us to reach disadvantaged individuals and families. The program is community driven – we listen to local people, try to understand their issues and respond through our local program partner, Sarana (meaning ‘help’ in Sinhalese). Read More

  • Floods in Burma

    A series of monsoon rains has triggered massive floods that have affected more than 300,000 people in Burma/Myanmar. The eastern areas of Rakhine State, Sagaing Division and parts of Chin State as well as Irrawaddy Division in the south have been particularly affected. Reports indicate that there has been widespread damage to homes and infrastructure, drinking water has been contaminated and the country’s food supply is at risk. Read More

  • Orphanage update: October 2015

    In our recent visit to Sri Lanka, RoundTrip was privileged to see the results of the works program we recently carried out in the orphanage: fixed broken windows, doors, toilets, newly-tiled floors, new rooms, freshly painted walls and ceilings etc. Read More

  • Families benefit from housing program

    A recent trip to Sri Lanka gave RoundTrip an opportunity to see the progress of our housing program in Ella. Read More

  • RoundTrip Runners

    On a cold, blustery July day (the 26th to be exact), RoundTrip runners lined up with thousands of others to complete RunMelbourne. The day consisted of a morning run through the city, which many people supported, assisting us in our fundraising efforts. A huge thanks to all who donated to RoundTrip. Read More

  • Meet the interns RoundTrip supports in Zambia

    In late 2014, members of RoundTrip Foundation were in Zambia, visiting Tikondane and talking to our interns. Here is a video-taped interview with intern Isaac. Have a listen to Isaac talking about his life and the impact of Tikondane on his future and his local community. Read More

  • An African Cultural Safari At Tikondane

    In Zambia, a country where wildlife safaris rule supreme, does an immersion in African culture really rack up against watching lions, elephants, hippos and the fast-disappearing rhino? In the case of a cultural safari run by Tikondane Community Centre – yes it does! ‘Cultural safari’, is a term that can be used pretty loosely. But this one is guaranteed to please, enthral and even have you put your dancing shoes on. Read More

  • Orphanage repair work update May 2015

    The first stage of the refurbishment and repair work of the badly dilapidated orphanage in Galle, Sri Lanka has been completed, thanks to the generosity of donors. The work focussed on the toddlers’ dormitory and included repairing doors and broken windows, painting, building tables and shelving, retiling the washing area, replacing toilets and sealing the building. Read More

  • Mudslides around Ella community Sri Lanka

    Tragically, monsoonal rains late last year caused mudslides in the area around Ella, where our housing program is located. The actual town itself was relatively unaffected but in the wider community both homes and lives have been lost. The worst landslide during the recent rainy spell occurred near Badulla, about 30km north of Ella. Read More

  • In the Spotlight – Mossel: Tikondane Intern

    Meet Mossel, an intern and one of Tikondane’s more extraordinary characters. He is a tour guide, runs the internet cafe and is resident DJ when the Tiko crew kick up their heels. Mossel is about to get married and has a young daughter who rides on the back of his bike every morning to Tiko. Read More

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