Andy reports back from a night shift with British Transport Police

Andy reports back from a night shift with British Transport Police

Our UK team works tirelessly to protect vulnerable people using our transport network and has close links with rail partners such as the British Transport Police. Railway Children's UK director Andy McCullough joined front line BTP officers for a night shift at Manchester Piccadilly to see just what they deal with on a regular basis.
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More from East Africa: meeting the families you're supporting

More from East Africa: meeting the families you're supporting

I come to Africa at least every couple of months - more often this year - but recently I’ve been spending less and less time outside of meeting rooms and hotels. So on this trip I resolved to spend more time out with project staff in the field and start to connect with what we actually do again! Read part two of Pete's blog.
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A message from East Africa: the children I won’t give up on

A message from East Africa: the children I won’t give up on

Our East Africa Director, Pete Kent, has been on a trip to East Africa to see how your money is changing lives. Pete talks about how his work affects him as a person and as a dad.
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Back home with dad

Back home with dad

Back home with dad

Back home with dad

In the second of two special blog posts for Railway Children, Graham Frost from our marketing team meets a struggling family we’ve reunited in Mwanza, Tanzania.
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How we use football to reach street children in Tanzania

How we use football to reach street children in Tanzania

When Graham Frost from our marketing team was visiting his daughter who works in Tanzania, he made a detour to Mwanza to see some of our work first hand.
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Protecting children at India's busiest station

Protecting children at India's busiest station

Shashikala Kale leads Project Talaash – the children’s search and rescue team based at the Victoria Terminus in Mumbai – one of the busiest railway stations in India. She told us what she does in a typical day.
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