Member's Projects

Members Practising Sustainable Tourism

You can view each members' sustainable tourism projects under their own company listing. However, here is an overview of some of the fantastic work going on in the UK and abroad by our members.

India Solar Water Heating

Martin Randall Travel is proud to now support the India Solar Water Heating project through its carbon offset scheme.
  • This project provides in-house hot water supplies fueled by renewable energy to homes, community buildings and small to medium-sized businesses throughout India.
  • We are partnered with this project through the organisation Carbon Neutral.
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Toilet Twinning

Toilet Twinning are a UK based charity with one commendable goal – to flush away poverty!
  • Engage with local communities to teach them about hygiene.
  • Provide clean water and teach skills for building latrines.
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Community Support

Along with our commitment to long-term projects, the Wild Frontiers Foundation also supports communities we visit with funding for a particular need.
  • Community support funding:
  • £700 for a new school bus in Ladakh, India
  • Tree planting programme in Bijaipur Village, India
  • 3 new beds for maternity ward at Bijaipur hospital, India
  • Computer lab & wrestling mats at Bijaipur Village School
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Classroom Sponsorship - Northern Laos

Through classroom sponsorship, we are able to help our partners at the Lone Buffalo Foundation to offer free English lessons to children from poor rural communities in northern Laos.
  • $100 a month classroom sponsorship provides:
  • 6 hours of English tuition per week
  • Class of 15 to 25 young people
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Chitral School Scholarship - Pakistan

What we believe is the only grant of its type in this region of northern Pakistan, our £500 annual scholarship fund offers five students a year the opportunity to move onto higher education.
  • The scholarship programme was established in 2012
  • Five students a year have been awarded a scholarship
  • Both boys and girls awarded scholarships
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