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Did you miss the Treasure Hunt?

Extinguish your FOMO. Click here to catch up on what you missed! Or for those who attended but would like listen again... your wish is our command.

Thank you so much to the Treasure Hunters you who joined us on 25th March for the showcase of some of the jewels in Prospero World's crown. Many of you were not able to join us, but we recorded it for you, so that you don't miss out because other things got in the way.

We were delighted to hear from the following programmes:

  • AZAHAR Foundation (speaking from 2:31) promoting peace building and cross-cultural communication through Yoga and the Arts in Cambodia and Rwanda.

  • Book Bunk (speaking from 7:41) restoring some of Nairobi's most iconic  public libraries into sites of heritage, public art, collective memory, knowledge production, shared experiences, cultural leadership and information exchange.

  • Going to School (speaking from 12:44) creating design-driven stories to teach children and young people 21st Century entrepreneurial skills at school, online and on national TV.

  • Grevy's Zebra Trust (speaking from 16.40) addressing the urgent need to conserve Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi) in the community rangelands of Kenya and Ethiopia.

  • Phoenix Space (speaking from 22.02) providing STEM education, based around the inspirational theme of space science, to refugee and disadvantaged students in the Middle East to improve their life opportunities.

  • Untold (speaking from 26.00) working remotely with emerging women writers from across Afghanistan to develop and promote their stories. The writers work with an experienced team of literary translators and editors to develop their work, which is translated from Dari and Pashto into English. The programme is a replicable model that can be applied to other areas of conflict and post-conflict. 

  • YAPAK (speaking from 30:41) advancing the knowledge and education of the public on the subject of Philippine literature, arts and culture.

The showcase was followed by a question and answer session which can be viewed from 36.24.

Each of the programmes has provided us with a list of their current funding requirements which we would be delighted to share with you. Please do get in touch with us if you are able to help or would like to know more. Support is needed now, more than ever. Alternatively, if you would like to make a donation online, please do click on the images below to support the charity of your choice.

If you would like to learn more about our Adopted Charities, or recommend a charity to us for our next round of Charity Adoption applications, please do contact us.

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