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Empowering the poorest communities to end child poverty

Events

Launch of Partners for Change Ambassadors, Cambridge 13th July 2016

You are invited to a special reception to celebrate life changing project achievements and the launch of Partners for Change Ambassadors At this event a talk and discussion with Ethiopia director, Mulugeta Gebru update on UK activities by Peter Jones, UK director short films of our work launch of the new PfC Ambassadors scheme refreshments […]

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Holy Trinity School – Love to Live, Live to Learn, Learn to Grow

£10,037.04 raised by Cookham – WoW! This amazing partnership has brought Holy Trinity School pupils, teachers and parents, Cookham Rise Methodist Church and many local people together to support the school in Gende Tesfa, Dire Dawa in north east Ethiopia.  This money has built a new sportsground for the children of Gende Tesfa and has […]

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Leap 4 Africa

        Take a Leap of Faith on January 29th                                                        #leap4africa is an initiative to raise awareness of the plight of children and their communities in Ethiopia and Uganda. What are you doing this Leap Day, 29th February 2016? Test your nerves of steel by heading down to Longridge to do the Leap of Faith […]

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Cambridge – All About the Child Event
Monday 23rd March 2015 at 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Michaelhouse,Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1SU

30 years ago Partners for Change Ethiopia set up five orphanags to look after over a thousand children orphaned by famine and civil war. During 2015 PfC will be holding a series of events to celebrate and commemorate the work of our incredible partnership with the people of Ethiopia. Venue: Michaelhouse, Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 […]

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World Of Music And Dance Festival 2014
25rd-27th July 2014 at 9am - 11pm
Charlton Park, Witshire
Category: Festivals

In May 2014 Partners for Change appeared at the WOMAD Festival putting on a colourful, lively and tasty show in honour of Ethiopia and coffee.

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