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2 Jul 19

An Interview with #RosieRuns

We caught up with Rosie Swale Pope MBE from our #RosieRuns campaign to find out a little more about her incredible journey. Spending time with Rosie, it was clear to see that she had learnt a lot from her travels around the world. We were delighted that she would share…

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19 Jun 19

Goodbye Emily

Emily Shepard has been volunteering with us every Tuesday for the past nine months. As a valuable member of our team, she brought new ideas, passion and enthusiasm to her work. It is now time for her to say goodbye as she flies the nest in search of more international…

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18 Jun 19

Walk for Nepal 2019

This June, we ran our fourth Walk for Nepal challenge. Having already scaled Britain’s three highest peaks, we decided to cross the sea to Ireland, to tackle Carrauntoohil. We have put together a short photo-journal, documenting the journey from start to finish. Our challenges help us raise funds to support…

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20 May 19

The Journey of a GP Volunteer

Jatinder volunteered with PHASE in March 2019. Following his involvement in developing a new transgender healthcare model in Manchester, Jatinder decided to seek out new opportunities to develop his career, whilst using the skills he had acquired as a GP to support communities with limited access to healthcare. After a…

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1 May 19

Bristol to Base Camp 2019 Success: A Photo Journal

The Bristol to Base Camp team have just returned home from tackling the dizzying heights of the Himalayas. Over 19 long days, the team trekked from Lukla to Everest Base Camp, to raise money for PHASE. Most of the team had never completed anything like this before, and were challenging…

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19 Mar 19

Rebuilding Communities in Gorkha

In 2015, Nepal was hit by two devastating earthquakes. One of the areas most badly affected was Gorkha. The earthquake cut off most of Gorkha’s villages, destroyed infrastructure and left many communities vulnerable to poverty. Following the earthquakes in 2015, the Big Lottery Fund (BLF) committed £2 million to rebuilding…

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23 Jan 19

Celebrating World Education Day with PHASE

January 24 is World Education Day. Education is a human right, a public good and a social responsibility. Inclusive and equitable quality education is vital in achieving gender equality and breaking the cycle of poverty that is currently leaving millions of people behind. Today, 262 million children and adolescents do…

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15 Jan 19

Working Towards Zero Hunger and Improved Nutrition in Far West Nepal

PHASE Worldwide’s director Tom has just got back from Nepal and, while there, he visited our project in Mugu that focuses on increasing food production and improving levels of nutrition. This is what he had to say… “I’ve spent the last two weeks over in Nepal – visiting our partner…

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25 Oct 18

DFID Funded Health Project 2014 – 2017

PHASE has recently finished running a three-year project (July 2014 – July 2017) funded by DFID which aimed to reduce maternal and child mortality among the marginalised populations of 18,000 people in far west Nepal. Through improving access to nutritious food and basic health services, and furthering women’s empowerment, we…

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