From Karen Hoare:


This is the pre-peer reviewed version of the following article: Hoare, K., Ward, K., Walker, R. (2018). English children’s respectful reflections of the rights and lives of their Kenyan peers: A grounded theory study. Children and Society. which has been published in final form at doi/10.1111/chso.12244. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Use of Self-Archived Versions.


From Richard Walker:

These articles relate to the school link that was developed between Richard Coates School, Ponteland and their Tanzanian counterparts.

Fluorosis 2010 INHE82  and Jarvis et al 2013 Trop Med Int Health

Tropical medicine and international health

International health


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Borehole and water trough update

We are delighted that the water troughs that are filled from the borehole are now in use. This hopefully means that the wildlife, particularly elephants, will leave the borehole installation alone. The domestic animals also have water, thus protecting the livelihoods of the local community. We continue to receive news from the community about how the borehole has changed their lives. Girls no longer have to miss school to collect water.