Global Demon Tournament – rules for entrants

Jan/1 By

We’re starting what we hope can become a staple award amongst hobbyists and make a real difference for thousands of children in developing countries. 2019 will mark the first Global

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