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Posts by: Vic Steward Todd

Water pump in Nerehebi

The Ashanti region of Ghana is home to many cocoa-growers living in small towns – like the ones I visited this week; Nerebehi and Asamang – with very poor water and sanitation facilities that fall woefully short of meeting the communities’ needs. Nerebehi has a population of over 5,000 people, yet the community has only […]

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In early May I travelled to Kigali to meet with one of the biggest supporters of our Rwanda programme, Starbucks, and show them the impact they’re having on communities first-hand. There are still 4 million people in Rwanda who don’t have access to clean water and many of them live in urban or peri-urban districts. […]

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Over the past year that I’ve worked at The One Foundation, I’ve worked closely with our local partners to support our projects on the ground and measure the impact we’re having in communities without access to water. At the end of November, I set off to Malawi to see it for myself – to watch […]

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This is my third day of work experience at The One Foundation, however in such a short space of time I have been amazed at what this small team of friendly people has achieved over the years. They have truly made a difference to so many lives. This clever idea to create a sustainable charity had […]

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Our goal is to change 5 million lives by 2020 by investing £20 million to help end water poverty. I’m always so inspired to see how many of our customers and supporters push themselves to help us reach that target. Last month, Anna Dolata and 11 of her team from the Manchester depot at Bidvest […]

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