Supporters smash school-in-a-box target!

We’re delighted to say that we have now reached our target for our school-in-a-box campaign

Enabling our Tanzanian partner project, the RBA-Initiative to buy the equipment they need to reach more children across the country.

School in a box graphic

This was Stop Superbug’s first fundraising challenge, and we’ve been blown away by the generosity and ingenuity of supporters

Over the last six months, individual fundraisers and companies have rallied together, undertaking walks, cycles, and challenges to raise money for kit.

Your hard work will make a huge difference, as RBA-Initiative founder Erick Venant explains:

“This equipment will be transformative for the project, allowing us to reach hundreds more children and helping secure our future. Thank you, Stop Superbugs!”

If you’d like to find out more about the project, and the fantastic work Erick and his team are doing to tackle superbugs in Tanzania, you can read more here.

Meanwhile, we’re continuing to support our other partner projects around the world, with a brand new fundraiser planned a little later in the year. To keep up to date with all our work, and find out how you can lend a hand, be sure to sign up for our newsletter here.

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