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Is volunteering ethical? Some argue that volunteering overseas can do more harm than good, as volunteer providers neglect the needs of the local community and fail to create long-term change. So, how can you make sure that you volunteer responsibly?
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On Sunday 11th February, our trio of hikers began scaling Mount Kenya, Africa’s second-tallest mountain, to embark on a three-day ascent towards its third-highest peak – Point Lenana at 4,985 metres.
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Five Reasons NOT to Volunteer in Africa!
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This New Year, did you set yourself any goals to achieve?

January can feel like a long month but it is the perfect time to turn your aspirations into reality by planning your adventures for the year ahead.
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It's been a busy few months since the summer programme ended so we have plenty of news to share including: fundraising ideas and inspiration, a blog from our first Girlguiding group in Kenya and a moving reflection from Paula Skinner. http://icpro.co/AAqGpz
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The Big Bike Ride was features on ITV news. Video courtesy of ITV News Meridian.
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During June, our School Geography Challenge winners embarked on their week-long volunteering trip to Kenya, and got to see first-hand the challenges faced in Nakuru that they had studied in the competition. http://icpro.co/AAjlC6
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Our May Volunteer Newsletter features: our Foundation Fundraising Dinner success, 115 students walking a marathon, Dan's Big Bike Ride training begins, ongoing construction at St. Trizah School, a look ahead to Volunteers' Week and congratulations to our 2017 race team! http://icpro.co/AAd9cg
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Taking a break from university or before moving on into the world of work can be really beneficial. Volunteering in Africa can do you a world of good.
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