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Expedition Team Build a House in a Day!

We do say our expedition will be full of surprises! Our Andean Expedition team arrived in Lima a few weeks ago ready to take on a whole host of challenges throughout Peru, Chile and Bolivia. As promised though, we made a brief stop to visit our community project in Villa Maria, and waiting for them […]

NEW Kenya WaterRelief Video!

  This years Quest Overseas Kenya Water Relief team completed 4 dams and extended another.  The team spent 5 weeks working and living with the Munathi community.  After 2 years of no rain in the area this dam will provide the community with a year round supply of clean water for drinking and irrigation.  If […]

Kenya WaterRelief Video!

  This years Quest Overseas Kenya Water Relief team completed 4 dams and extended another.  The team spent 5 weeks working and living with the Munathi community.  After 2 years of no rain in the area this dam will provide the community with a year round supply of clean water for drinking and irrigation.  If […]

Team Updates in The Spare Room

This week, 3 of the Quest Overseas summer teams finished their project work in Malawi, Kenya and Bolivia.  You can check out how they got on by clicking on the team update section of the Spare Room.  All the updates from the whole year are there and you can browse through them by Project title […]

Quest Overseas recommended in the Observer

Tis the season to be talking about gap years! With results looming, the newspapers are featuring the different things you can do on your gap year, as well as the things you need to consider. Last week the Times suggested some volunteer organisations were ripping volunteers off, whilst on a more positive note, this week […]

So who was in Team Kenya.

    Rose Terry Assistant Leader. Throughout the trip Rose carries a rather nasty Alien object in her neck Medical Science is still yet to understand what it might be.  We decided it best that she lived in Quarantine till it can be defined!  Rose also got nasty stomach cramps when it came to the Budget!   […]

Expedition Update, the Andes are cold!

Copacabana: From Arequipa we crossed the border into Bolivia and on to the town of Copacabana, which sits on the shores of lake Titicaca (the highest navigable lake in the world).  Brilliant timing as always, we arrived as they were facing the worst winter for 10 years and the morning we were setting off for a day […]

Premiership fines to increase by 60%

During Swaziland’s Premier Football League annual meeting held yesterday it was agreed that disciplinary fines would increase by 60%.  Teams in outcry have claimed this is not the solution and it will not stomp out violence in the game, and instead it will see suspension of players as teams fail to meet fines laid out […]

Gap year scholarships up to £4000 from the RGS

There are so many fantastic opportunities out there for gap year students nowadays, and although working every hour under the sun in Sainsburys or holding fundraising events at every opportunity certainly help you make the most of your year, it can be difficult to make your funds stretch to cover everything you would like to […]