Volunteers at Hope Spring Invited to Participate in Prestigious Fellowship Program

Last Updated on: 22nd November 2023, 07:42 am

Hope Spring, a clean water charity based in Herefordshire, has announced that their menstrual hygiene lead, Bolu Olorunfemi, has been invited to join the Usave Foundation Fellowship Programme.

The 28-year-old water, sanitation and hygiene advocate has dedicated her time and creativity to the charity for over four years. In her current role as the director of their menstrual hygiene projects and the architect of their reusable sanitary pads project, she has made an invaluable contribution to the organisation.

The Usave Foundation Fellowship Programme is a six-month programme designed to develop the next generation of WASH leaders in Nigeria. It combines online training with face-to-face tutor lead training in Abuja, Nigeria and hopes to equip participants with additional resources to become more effective WASH and climate change advocates.

Hope Spring founder and trustee, Temi Odurinde, said: “We are delighted that Bolu was invited to participate in the Usave foundation fellowship programme. I am certain she would impart almost as much knowledge as she would gain from the fellowship.”

Ms. Olorunfemi was one of the five hundred applicants to be successful in her application for a place on the fellowship. Apart from her work on Hope Spring’s period poverty alleviation campaign, she has also contributed to their corporate charity Christmas eCard fundraise and their WASH Talk podcast.

Speaking about the opportunity, Mr. Odurinde added: “Bolu has been an invaluable member of our team, donating her time and creativity. We hope she will continue to volunteer with Hope Spring on completion of her Usave fellowship programme.”

For more information about Hope Spring, visit their website and social media pages.

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