Supporters raise funds for the first ‘school-in-a-box’

Over the last few months, Stop Superbugs supporters have been busy raising money to provide our Tanzanian partner project

The RBA-Initiative, with six ‘schools-in-a-box’ – six sets of educational equipment, which will help the project to grow and teach more children about how they can keep themselves safe from superbugs.

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Tools will prove transformative to the project for years to come

The response from both individual supporters and companies has been overwhelmingly positive, with sponsored walks, cycles and challenges happening up and down the country! And all that hard work is starting pay off, with the project receiving their first ‘school-in-a-box’ last weekend.

Although the equipment we’ve provided is the sort of kit many of us take for granted, these tools will prove transformative to the project for years to come, allowing them to open many more clubs, and reach hundreds more children.

We like to think the smiles on the faces of the students tells its own story, but if you’d like to find out more about the project (and the other community projects we support), then you can read more here. You might even be inspired to lend a hand yourself…

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