An unforgettable journey across India’s Golden Triangle

An unforgettable journey across India’s Golden Triangle

Words cannot describe how spectacular this experience was. From cycling past elephants, camels, up epic hills to visiting the Taj Mahal and most of all seeing how the Railway Children make such a huge difference to vulnerable children in India. It was one hell of a journey covering 450km in six days across India’s Golden Triangle but one I will never forget.
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Changing the future for Emmanuel and his family

Changing the future for Emmanuel and his family

Our content officer, Kate Speedie, recently visited our projects in Tanzania to see our work in action.
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Jo's Journey Part Two

Jo's Journey Part Two

Jo's Journey Part Two

Jo's Journey Part Two

As the departure date for Ride India 2019 gets closer, Jo McDonald has kept up her training, even though weather and health issues have plagued her at times…
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Jo's Journey

Jo's Journey

Jo's Journey

Jo's Journey

One woman's mission to tackle Ride India 2019...
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Working together to keep children safe: the police point of view

Working together to keep children safe: the police point of view

Based in Manchester, BTP officer Chris Neely has worked directly with Railway Children in supporting our work to keep children and young people safe on the network and knows first-hand the difference projects like ours can make.
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A day in the life of a family worker – Part 2

A day in the life of a family worker – Part 2

In the second part of our blog from Kissa Mwangosi, manager of our children’s centre in Tanzania, we hear more about what led her to her current role and the huge challenges, and rewards, it brings.
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