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Newsletter, November 2014

November 2014

  • Ebola – Paul Gully, OWL founder member, reports from WHO team in Sierra Leone
  • 500 children celebrate the Day of the African Child in Leamington
  • A ten-year-old explains that her uncle is volunteering to combat Ebola in Sierra Leone

Newsletter, June 2014

June 2014

  • The waste management project where DFID are investing and OWL and Warwickshire are providing support to clean up Bo and provide youth employment
  • The Mayor of Bo reflects on his visit
  • AID – Benefit or Burden? – An OWL talk
  • Connecting Classrooms – exchanging ideas
  • “A very positive and close relationship” – reflections on a visit to Bo

Newsletter, October 2013

October 2013

  • Bo youth visit Warwickshire
  • Exchange visits by teachers to Bo and Warwickshire
  • A new project in Bo, built on the pilot waste management project
  • The Day of the African Child – drumming, dancing, singing and more.
  • There’s a lot going on in Bo
  • Meeting the new Mayor of Bo

Newsletter, June 2012

June 2012

  • ‘Enthused and inspired by their visit to Bo’ – A group of 6 young people visit Bo
  • The visit by five Warwick and Leamington teachers to their partner schools in Bo.
  • The local authority link: environmental, waste management, planning and finance
  • Mental health in Bo: a talk by Aminata Mansaray and Jane Shackman
  • ‘Fambul Tok’ a film about the power of forgiveness.

Newsletter, January 2012

January 2012

  • ‘The Voyage’ – A group of young people from Warwick District prepare to visit Bo
  • Guest speakers Mark Poston of DFID and Pof. Paul Jackson speak to OWL.
  • The successes and problems of the local authority links
  • Catherine Moody, OWL’s youth coordinator, reflects on last summer’s trip to Bo
  • John Archer reports on his latest visit to help Bo City Council on land use planning.
  • Warwick OWL AGM 2011 – a lively affair!

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