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  • What Bridge2Aid Means to Me – Doing the Impossible!

    What Bridge2Aid Means to Me – Kiaran Weil Kiaran is the Chair of our Clinical Advisory Group, member of the Bridge2Aid team and long-time friend, supporter and volunteer. Here is what Bridge2Aid means to her…. “It means community; a community that cares for people; changes lives; puts those we serve first; strives to do better […]


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  • What does Bridge2Aid mean to me ….

    We asked a few of our supporters and team to tell us what Bridge2Aid means to them, or what inspires them about our work. Here are a few of their replies:  Emily-Mae Harding – One of our Oral Health Team Volunteers   “What inspires me about bridge2aid is how life changing it is for not […]


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  • The Spirit of Volunteering – What Bridge2Aid means to me

    The Spirit of Volunteering What Bridge2Aid means to me Yvonne Wood Volunteering with Bridge2aid has been the most rewarding, memorable and the best experience in my whole dental career of 37 years. Sharing my dental knowledge, skills, and experience where it is very much needed in Tanzania by training Health Care Workers (Clinical Officers) in […]


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  • Malawi and Tanzania Visit January 2020

    In January I was fortunate enough to be able to travel to Tanzania and Malawi to meet with some of our partners and funders.  It was a hectic few days in Dar es Salaam, Dodoma and Lilongwe spending time with Songas, Benjamin Mkapa Foundation, CUAMM, the Tanzanian Chief Dental Officer, Education and Health for All, […]


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  • Volunteer Story – Dental Training Programme November 2019

    It was with some trepidation that I embarked on my B2A trip in November. Having flown from Newcastle to Heathrow I was able to meet the rest of the team before boarding our flight to Addis Ababa. From the very start the team, lead by Andrew Paterson, formed a close bond which would last with […]


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  • Bridge2Aid Highlights 2019

    As we near the end of 2019, we wanted to share our highlights from the year. Sheanna Loughnane, CEO introduces with a personal message to Bridge2Aid’s Friend and Supporters, and thanks all those who have made Bridge2Aids work possible. We are extremely grateful to all who have supported us in 2019.  


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  • Pedalling to Prevent Pain

    Even my closest friends are unlikely to come up with ‘sporty’ as a word to describe me. That makes it all the more surprising, for me as well as for them, that I’m undertaking Bridge2Aid’s sponsored cycle safari in Tanzania this November. It has been many, many years since I last rode a bike. My […]


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  • Bridging nations, partners and rural health inequality

    A blog post written about our recent visit to Malawi by one of our Site Clinical Leads, Trustees and Clinical Advisory Group member – Andrew Paterson. Andrew is also a Senior Lecturer / Honorary Consultant at the University of Dundee Dental School,  I am very fortunate to be a volunteer, trustee and site clinical lead […]


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  • Professor Jeremy Bagg writes about his recent trip to Malawi

    With ‘The Scotsman’, Bridge2Aid and Malawian partners in Lilongwe – two busy days On Friday 7th June I left Glasgow to travel back to Malawi for a ten day visit with multiple objectives in multiple places. In this first of two posts I will cover the initial couple of days of activities in Lilongwe. My […]


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  • Our fundraising executive Kaysha talks about her recent visit to Tanzania

    As a Global Development and International Relations graduate, I spent years learning about the importance of a sustainable approach to development so I already feel lucky to be able to work for an organisation that is such a great example of delivering this. Being told I would have the opportunity to go to Tanzania and […]


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