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Cyclone Idai

Cyclone Idai

Thousands of people in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe have been affected by the strongest cyclone for two decades in this part of the world. Humana People to People (Planet Aid UK is the British partner of Humana people to People) have many projects in the area which have been severely affected. To mention a few, in our Child Aid project in Malawi 6,500 households have been hit. In Mozambique our Teacher Training College in Namatanda has suffered significant damage causing the staff and students to be evacuated. They are all safe and have been relocated to our Teacher Training College in Chimoio.

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Our Climate, Our Challenge

Our Climate, Our Challenge

This beautiful wind-turbine was built between 1974 and 1976 by the teachers of the schools in Tvind near Holstebro in Denmark. The building work was done together with a group of volunteers who were all passionate about showing that wind energy was part of the future – a renewable energy source. TVIND CRAFT showed the way forward. It was innovative and it was courageous. It was the first of its kind constructed by a group of volunteers and, 42 years later, it is still working. TVINDCRAFT – AN EXAMPLE OF PEOPLE POWER!

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Hooray! Planet Aid UK did it again.

Hooray! Planet Aid UK did it again.

On the morning of Saturday 8th December 42 people got together to plant 850 trees in a field close to the village of Deenethorpe, just outside Corby.

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Tree Planting Volunteer Day 2018

Tree Planting Volunteer Day 2018

HURRAY, we are doing it again!

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The Great Eastern Run, Peterborough

The Great Eastern Run, Peterborough

A very wet but very enjoyable experience…

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