The PovertySwap Story is one that fits appropriately into the school curriculum. We have interesting presentations available for school assemblies. These are generally delivered by Helen Faulds, PovertySwap founder, whose work has been appreciated by staff and pupils alike.
The presentation gets pupils to make an exploration, considering the lives of people in the countries we work within. This can be specific to a project, like The Fikir Nursery and School in Ethiopia or focus on the culture, religions, landscapes and way of life of people in a country like Nepal.
The presentations are very positive messages of hope and they make clear that everyone can play their part in the world’s difficult situations.
PovertySwap does not put any pressure on schools to raise funds for any of the work we do but is very happy to support any ideas schools may have to connect with some of the poorest people in the world.
To make an enquiry contact Helen Faulds at firstname.lastname@example.org