The Wood Foundation Africa invests in the sustainable development of the tea industry, focusing on the success of smallholder farmers and their communities. An analysis of the spillover economic benefits [...]
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Jonathan Christie joined The Wood Foundation in 2011 to lead our YPI Scotland programme. As he prepares to move on from The Wood Foundation for the next chapter of his career, he reflects [...]
Banff Academy has developed Pathfinder, a collaborative, cross-departmental focus on meaningful skills recognition, development, and industry interaction for its S3 students. Inspired by the Academies of Nashville's Freshman Seminars, this [...]
SEP is one of the network of committed likeminded funding partners which supports the sustainability and growth of YPI. In this blog its Chief Operating Officer Catherine Simpson talks about the importance of [...]
Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Orkney has granted funding for science kits for each of the islands’ schools. The organisation awarded the Raising Aspirations in Science Education (RAiSE) programme £18,000 [...]
As we recognise the anniversary of Covid-19 changing the way we live and work, The Wood Foundation’s UK Director Ali MacLachlan reflects on how our programmes, partnerships, and organisation have adapted to ensure [...]
A programme which empowers teachers with the confidence and skills to deliver inspiring and motivating STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) learning experiences for primary pupils has launched in the Western Isles. [...]
A new report, produced by The Wood Foundation, has detailed the legacy of its investment in primary STEM education across Scotland. Raising Aspirations in Science Education (RAiSE), which is a [...]
The Wood Foundation is committed to developing young people in Scotland. In order to empower educational experiences which prepare them for life after school, The Wood Foundation believes best value can be realised [...]
His Excellency Hailemariam Desalegn, the Chairman of the Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) visited The Wood Foundation’s greenfield tea development in Rugabano. Following his visit, the former Ethiopian [...]