Muli Bwanji!!

What a fantastic last couple of days! After having a fabulous road trip with lots of hideous singing we arrived at Durham University for our Volunteer Zambia induction. After everyone’s arrival and having some much needed food after our long journey we met for the first time the rest of our groups and found out…

Fundraising is the gentle art of teaching the joy of giving-Henry Rosso

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been working hard on the group fundraising front. I’ve been to 3 Loughborough lightning netball matches now selling sweets, popcorn and raffle tickets to spectators. They’ve generally gone really well and we’ve raised about £300 each time! Parie and I also successfully organised and delivered with the help of…

Work Hard, Have Fun and Make History!

Over the last 2 weeks with the end of exams and the start of semester 2, although we have been busy starting our new sets of lectures and celebrating finishing our exams, it was also very busy with preparing for Zambia. On the last day of exams, we were there ready at 6pm when the…

Busy, busy, busy!

Its been a very busy couple of weeks! Since coming back from Christmas with many exams to revise for, it has been difficult at times to not stop doing stuff for Zambia altogether, but we’ve all tried to keep things ticking along. In the first week back from our Christmas break, we met twice in…

Getting our qualifications- Autism in Sport

On the evening of Tuesday 5th December, Lucy and I travelled to Leicester to attend the Autism in sport workshop to help with our roles in disability sport when in Zambia and before. After getting lost in the taxi for a short while, it proved a very productive evening! We learnt what Autism is, how…