Life at Tikondane, Zambia – Part 1

Life at Tikondane, Zambia – Part 1

by Kate Neely (International Program Director, RoundTrip Foundation) In this series of blogs focusing on life at our projects, we will be following the progress of Kate Neely, Program Director at RoundTrip Foundation. Kate is in Africa and then Sri Lanka visiting our...
Sustainable Tourism and a Remote Island

Sustainable Tourism and a Remote Island

Following the opening of St Helena Airport, the remote island is looking for ways to boost its economy through sustainable tourism. By James Bainbridge The great primeval bulk of the Barn, part of the rocky coastline of this island formed by volcanic eruptions, towers...
Tisauke’s story

Tisauke’s story

There are many extraordinary people at Tikondane – our project in eastern Zambia. We love to introduce some of these folk to our supporters and this week it’s the amazing Tisauke. We hope you enjoy getting to know Tisauke as much as we have… Tisauke...
Eco-Tourism in Kenya

Eco-Tourism in Kenya

by Stuart Butler First coined in the early 1980’s, the term ‘eco-tourism’ has fast become a travel industry buzz word that, like a randy rabbit, has in turn spawned numerous other offshoot buzz words that essentially mean the same thing (sustainable tourism,...
Ennie Chali in the Spotlight at Tikondane

Ennie Chali in the Spotlight at Tikondane

As we approach the Christmas season in Australia and our thoughts turn to family and food, this month we would like to introduce you to an intern at Tikondane (Tiko) in Zambia whose job is all about food. Ennie Chali is a cook, she works at VITAGOAT where foods for...
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