Month: August 2015

Community Fruit Tree Planting Project -update from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Community Fruit Tree Planting Project -update from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Cymraeg isod By Elin Yapp Ethiopia is one of the world’s poorest countries; food insecurity means 1 in 2 people suffer from malnourishment. It is estimated in the capital Addis Ababa, the average person consumes just 1/20th of the necessary vitamins and nutrients required to stay healthy. This dramatically impacts local people’s quality of life […]

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Young Reporter for the Environment talks palm oil

Young Reporter for the Environment talks palm oil

First published in Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive School newsletter Jessica Graham is very fussy about what chocolate we eat. Not that she doesn’t like chocolate, but she cares very much about what they put in it. Jess investigated this issue when she found out from Size of Wales that many chocolate manufacturers put palm oil into […]

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Introducing Janie

Introducing Janie

Cymraeg isod We’re really pleased to introduce our new Education Coordinator Janie Pridham. She’ll be building our successful Education Programme to make it even better, so if you work with a school, youth group or university, she’s your lady! How are you finding your new role with Size of Wales? I’m loving it! I’ve been meeting […]

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