Bricks and water

Nov/26 By

This article originally appeared in St James and Emmanuel’s Together magazine. Colourful Dreams school in Mangochi in southern Malawi provides over a hundred children with the opportunity to learn, develop

Livestream fundraiser / Gladd

Nov/17 By

We’re really excited that Twitch streamer Gladd will be hosting a stream for us on November 20th. All the donations Gladd receives will go towards Colourful Dreams school – one

Calling a genocide a genocide

Apr/14 By

For the last two years, The No Barriers Foundation has worked with schools and charities in developing countries, training teachers and sending classroom resources, as well as dual-language children’s books.

A new chapter in Malawi

Mar/8 By

We’re delighted that Heidi Parkes-Smith has joined the No Barriers team and is leading on new projects for us in a new country: Malawi. Here’s a short introduction from her about

World Book Day 2018

Feb/23 By

“World Book Day is a celebration! It’s a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s the biggest celebration of its kind,

Join our committee

Jan/28 By

We’ve had a big impact in the schools we’ve worked in so far. In just over a year, we’ve sent over 3,000 books to some of the most remote schools

Sumalya’s Bright Future

Dec/28 By

Kieran Roberts is Director of The No Barriers Foundation and co-ordinates our projects in Bangladesh. This is his summary of our work in Bangladesh in 2017. For many reasons, 2017

November Report – Bangladesh

Nov/18 By

Below is an update from Israt Sharmin, our teacher in Bangladesh, on the work she has been doing with her classes in Nandipara elementary school:  Nandipara worked on topics mainly

New partnership with Livingstone Tanzania Trust

Sep/30 By

We are delighted to have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Livingstone Tanzania Trust. LTT works in the Manyara Region and is currently partnered with 9 elementary and secondary schools

Infographics to share

Jul/30 By

One way you can help No Barriers is to spread the word about our work on Facebook and Twitter. It takes one person to learn about what we do and become