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  • Project Georgia 2014 is coming to an end....

    It's hard to believe that Project Georgia 2014 is already close to finishing. Our volunteer team return to the UK on Sunday and we are looking forward to hearing about their project in more detail, once they have settled back in of course! 

    They have been sharing skills with teachers at special school #198 and the staff at the parents bridge center for children and young adults with autism. 

    Click here to read about how the final week of their project is going so far.

    Wishing Isabel and Jenny a safe journey home!

  • The Brighton office has relocated!

     Hannah and Jane have spent the morning moving in to their new office space in Brighton and making themsleves at home!

  • Photos from Rwanda and Blog update from Georgia

    There's an exciting new photo album documenting our recent project in Gisenyi, Rwanda. Click here to view the album. We were also pleased to receive a new blog update from Jenny Laahs, updating us on the progress of our current project in Georgia.Click here to read the blog. 


  • As one project ends another begins...

    Just as we welcome back our volunteer team, Stephanie Jayne and Hannah Hulin, from delivering a very successful introductory music therapy training project in Rwanda, another one leaves the UK.  Jenny Laahs and Isobel Bedford have recently arrived in Tbilisi to spend 6 weeks sharing their skills with local staff at a special school and a Day Centre.  You can follow their progress in Georgia, and read more about the Rwanda Project, on our Blog.

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