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James Robinson left a comment for Ben Parkinson
"Hello Ben, how did your project go in Uganda since I left? Did you make the theatre trip with the youth? James Robinson."
Dec 13, 2009
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World Aids Day awareness raising in cities.

Hi all,anybody have anything to share on what they saw/organised with young people to highlight the message surrounding World Aids Day?James Robinson.MUSTLE Africa. (Zimbabwe/England).See More
Dec 5, 2009
ProjectEDUCATE commented on James Robinson's blog post Volunteerism in multiple ways and settings . . . .
"Hi James, Please excuse the delayed response. You will need to do some screening but try http://www.onlinevolunteering.org/en/org/login.html?logout=1 You can also try linking to a local university I find both options to be quite helpful. Good luck."
Jul 25, 2009
Daniel Bassill commented on James Robinson's blog post Volunteerism in multiple ways and settings . . . .
"Hi James, Thanks for posting. I've found success recruiting volunteers from remote locations to work with me and feel that this can grow if we can expand the reach of our messages and draw people to web hubs where they can shop for where and…"
Apr 2, 2009
James Robinson left a comment for ProjectEDUCATE
"Hi there ProjectEDUCATE A very delayed response! As a story-telling workshop leader working with children, I am keen on asking aboout any practical activies you may lead with your groups in Zambia through the OPERATIONRead programme?"
Mar 28, 2009
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Volunteerism in multiple ways and settings . . . .

Hello AllIn response partly to an earlier message from Dan Bassill regarding raising support on behalf of grassroots organisations in the developing world.I am co-founder of a small trust operating in Zimbabwe. We provide drama and arts based activities with young people living on the street.Would anybody like to consider volunteering in this country in the not too distant future?I am currently engaged in remote fundraising support by way of project bids though in the current financial credit…See More
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A keen traveller , storyteller and amateur runner. Visited Tutor Mentor Connection in March 08. I love Africa and co-founded a trust working with street youth.
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Volunteerism in multiple ways and settings . . . .

Hello All



In response partly to an earlier message from Dan Bassill regarding raising support on behalf of grassroots organisations in the developing world.



I am co-founder of a small trust operating in Zimbabwe. We provide drama and arts based activities with young people living on the street.

Would anybody like to consider volunteering in this country in the not too distant future?

I am currently engaged in remote fundraising support by way of project bids… Continue

Posted on March 28, 2009 at 7:30am — 2 Comments

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At 3:02pm on August 22, 2008, ProjectEDUCATE said…
Hi James,

So glad you could join us. I am always looking for innovative and creative ways to improve literacy and numeracy in our community partners schools. Would like to explore partnership possibilities for Zambia.
Again glad you could join us.
At 1:09pm on August 21, 2008, Daniel Bassill said…
Thanks for connecting with us here. I hope your involvement will draw others who will support the work of youth serving groups in Africa, and in other countries.

Dan
 
 
 

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