"Visiting my bebe - my grandmother - in rural Tanzania inspired me to volunteer"
Article by Jovina Justus from The Guardian - Dec 15, 2016
"... I remember my bebe came out of the toilet and asked me to pour water so that she could wash her hands. She wanted to do it properly, and was asking me how. She wanted to learn so she could keep her good health. I felt I was making a difference and wanted to carry on, but it was a big task on my own.
Raleigh ICS was my opportunity to make an impact on a bigger scale – to help these Tanzanian communities escape the poverty and hardship of their lives. I have since been volunteering on a Livelihoods programme, teaching entrepreneurship...."
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