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Category: Travel & Help

When travelling you occasionally meet people who are vulnerable, who live in difficult conditions, supported by organisations that work away in the shadows: schools, orphanages, hospitals that fight hunger, disease and war, day in, day out.

This has happened to us often, and we’ve given a helping hand by organising collections before our departure: an experience that has coloured our travels with humanity.

These are the situations we’ve encountered and the associations we’ve helped: making them known is our way of giving a small – yet we hope important – contribution.


Alistair: teaching building trades to indigenous people

“I was born in Scotland, but I spent most of my life in Australia and in the Pacific Islands, working for the indigenous people in Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu. I teach...


Joe: the perfect headmaster for the perfect school

“I teach at Ekipe Primary School in the rural area in the North of Efate Island. We are trying very hard to make our students understand how important it is for them...


Mr. Sun: shining a light on the Khmer New Generation

“We provide free education for our community: English literacy, environmental education, primary health. Most of the children are very poor and they don’t have...


A big small lunch

“It’s time for lunch at the Khan Khang Orphanage, a big small lunch. It’s like a “party”. The children come out to eat in their cafeteria, which...


A step away from civilization

“I’m Ramy, I live in a rural and remote area with my family. My three sisters and I go to a Muslim school. My father is blind and cannot work. We don’t...

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