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A BIRTHDAY GIFT
On: Apr 16, 2019
By: Pete

Two of our younger supporters have celebrated birthdays.  They invited their friends to their birthday party and asked them to donate to Partners for Change instead of buying birthday presents.  Between them they raised over £300.  Well done Zachary and Sienna! A big thank you on behalf of the children of Genda Tesfa.

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Barwaaqo Project – Hargeisa Somaliland
On: Apr 9, 2019
By: Pete

We are delighted to report that we are now working in Somaliland with a grass roots agency Barwaaqo Voluntary Association, based in Hargeisa and working across Somaliland (not to be confused with Somalia, which is the area to the east with the capital Mogadishu – Somaliland is a new state, building strong and democratic communities).  […]

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The resilience of the human spirit…
On: Dec 21, 2018
By: Pete

Every now and again, we experience something so profound that it changes the direction of our lives. For me that happened in March 2015 when I travelled to the dusty plains of eastern Ethiopia with an amazing charity called Partners For Change Ethiopia (www.pfcethiopia.org). I visited the community of Gende Tesfa, which faces numerous challenges […]

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Partners for Change Ambassadors – Making a Difference!
On: Dec 13, 2017
By: Pete

2017 has been an amazing year, our Ambassadors have achieved so much in support of our Woman2Woman programme, which we launched on 8 March – International Woman’s Day.  We are nearly on target to support 100 women this year, giving them the start they need to help support their families. We need support for a […]

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PfC Ambassador Sarah Parfitt’s Blog
On: Nov 24, 2016
By: Pete

Sarah Parfitt is a Partners for Change Ambassador. She lives in the Berkshire village of Cookham and has linked Holy Trinity Primary School and many local people in an amazing relationship with the leprosy affected community of Gende Tesfa in eastern Ethiopia. You can read about her amazing work here. 29 November at 12:22 · […]

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Tasting the World at WOMAD
On: Jul 28, 2014
By: ian

On the 25th of July, I went to the wonderful WOMAD http://womad.co.uk/ festival in Wiltshire. In case you didn’t know already, WOMAD is a World Of Music And Dance festival, where well-known musicians, dancers and singers from around the world perform and show their talents to a crowd of several thousand people. We travelled in […]

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