We were delighted to help facilitate this photographic exhibition from Send A Cow, showcasing their ongoing work to combat hunger in rural Africa.
Called “Food and Livelihoods in Burundi”, it is on show at the Isle of Man Airport and will remain available to view until the end of October.
Featuring 16 stunning photographs from Burundi, the exhibition is a way of demonstrating the work that is being funded by the Isle of Man Government through the Isle of Man’s international development budget. It was formally opened by outgoing Chief Minister Howard Quayle who spoke of the importance of richer countres helping other less privileged communities.
Richard Granville and Doug Statt of Send A Cow were also in attendance and earlier in the day they visited Ballakermeen High School to give an assembly. A team of students from Ballakermeen had represented Send A Cow in last year’s One World Charity Challenge, winning £1,750 for the charity.
The exhibition is free to attend and is located in the atrium area of the top floor of the airport.