Earlier this year, Pete Greig stepped off a plane in Cambodia, with his sons Hudson and Daniel. He wrote this reflection before he left for home… Coming to Cambodia with my two boys has been a life changing adventure. I’m here with my sons, Hudson and Daniel. We are on an adventure as a family with Tearfund, to track human trafficking and try and understand its causes. At one level I’m going home
Nineteen-year-old Loz from Jersey is coming to the end of her Tearfund gap year in Cambodia. Is she having a good time? Just a bit!
‘I kind of want to stay here forever!’ says Loz. ‘The work we’re doing – I love it.’
Bangladesh is a country where water is in ample supply. There is so much of it. Sometimes too much. The World Health Organisation estimates that while 97% of Bangladeshis have access to water, only 40% have proper sanitation. In addition to this scientists predict that 18 million people will be displaced by rising seas levels in Bangladesh in the next 25 years. Flooding is an annual reality for millions on a scale th
Sometimes an adventure presents itself to you at the last minute and in that moment you need to take a leap of faith and just go for it! I was invited to go to Mozambique just 3 days before we left, but despite the mad scramble to get ready for the trip, the adventure lingered in my heart long afterwards. Tearfund have a volunteering project with a partner called Zoë-Life in Bela Vista, Mozambique where they partner