Our newsletters are sent out to supporters every year, and summarise stories of work and fundraising from Lesotho, Kenya and the UK.
In January I had the enormous privilege of going to Kenya to visit some of the beneficiaries of the Rafiki Thabo Foundation. It was an amazing ten days; days that challenged, inspired and humbled me in equal measure. The tangible sense of what the Rafiki Thabo Foundation can do for individuals, transforming opportunities and realising potential was so apparent. Together we really can make a difference…Read more
A lunch programme for 70 of the neediest children at a primary school on the border with Rwanda, over 30 students’ University and Secondary School fees paid in Kenya and Uganda and four teaching salaries covered in Lesotho… it’s been a full and fulfilling year! Thank you all so much for your support and we hope you enjoy this brief round-up of our recent news. Read more
2009 was a busy year for the Rafiki Thabo Foundation:
The past year has been an increasingly busy one for the Rafiki Thabo Foundation with some really exciting developments, especially in regard to our relationship with Ha Fusi Secondary School in Lesotho. In Kenya we have had the privilege of supporting two medical students through university this past year, a commitment that we are delighted to make as better health is really a key element in driving long-term economic change. It is so exciting to think that by our efforts and the generosity of our supporters, we here in the UK can really in a small way make a difference.
Our 1st official newsletter – looking ahead to 2009 and telling stories of the last year.
- In Lesotho students from Cokethorpe School came to dig a well
- Two young Kenyans were helped in their professional training
- Coast-to-coast cycling raised money for the Foundation