It is with great sadness that we announce that The Road Less Travelled (TRLT) project and blog has come to an end, after five years.
The great news is that the impact of the project on communities in both Ethiopia and Kenya has been vast, and all those involved in the project have learnt a great deal that they will be able to take into their future work.
As such, we have decided that we will no longer be in a position to update or moderate this blog. We will, however, keep it published for the foreseeable future as an archived source of knowledge and learning.
We are also in the process of completing our final evaluations and reports around The Road Less Travelled project, and these will be made available online through the Anglican Overseas Aid (AOA) website.
In the meantime, there is a special edition newsletter that has been posted to the AOA website which contains a piece from our very own Phillip Walker.
AOA is working with the Nossal Institute for Global Health to build on significant gains in maternal and child health among Maasai communities in northern Kenya.
AOA continues to explore other opportunities to take forward the effective work of TRLT in Kenya and Ethiopia.
We would like to thank you for all your support of and interest in The Road Less Travelled project since its inception in 2011. The project has improved the lives of many people across Ethiopia and Kenya, and this has been in no small way due to your significant support.