Expos

An exposure or ‘expo’ trip is a short but often life changing visit to a developing country. It will give you insights into what life is like for the poorest people in the world. It will help you understand the issues, the opportunities and how your skills could make a difference.

An expo is a short small group trip to experience transformational businesses normally in the developing world. The aim is to:

  • Understand the issues and opportunities in the area visited
  • Meet project leaders and observe, learn from and evaluate existing projects
  • In some cases, contribute through mentoring or providing business training
  • Begin to discover opportunities to engage in poverty relief through transformational business.
  • Have fun with liked-minded people including some rest and relaxation.

Expos are a often a life changing event. It’s where the passion and drive come from. It’s impossible to experience a slum area, a refugee camp or rural poverty and not be moved; or to see the natural beauty of a place and the warmth of its people and not be changed.

Previous scheduled expos

  • Zimbabwe, Jul 2013
  • Kenya, Jan 2013
  • Delhi, Feb 2013
  • India, Sep 2012
  • South Africa, Aug 2012
  • Cambodia, Jul 2012
  • Georgia/Armenia, May 2012
  • Ghana, Feb 2012
  • Jordan, Jan 2012
  • Palestine, Jan 2012
  • Asian, Dec 2011
  • Armenia/Georgia/Ukraine, Nov 2011
  • Ghana, Oct 2011
  • Ethiopia/Cameroon, Sep 2011
  • Myanmar, Sep 2011
  • Peru/South America, Jul 2011
  • Sri Lanka/India, Jun 2011
  • Burundi/Rwanda, Apr 2011
  • Palestine, Mar 2011
  • Uganda, Mar 2011
  • Kenya, Mar 2011
  • Ghana, Feb 2011
  • China, Feb 2011
  • Myanmar, Feb 2011
  • Brazil, Jan 2011
  • Nigeria, Jan 2011
  • Kenya, Jan 2011
  • Nigeria, Nov 2010
  • Kenya, Nov 2010
  • Hong Kong, Oct 2010
  • South Africa, Oct 2010
  • Zimbabwe, Oct 2010
  • Jordan, Sep 2010
  • Bolivia, Aug 2010
  • Kenya, Jun 2010
  • Ethiopia, Apr 2010
  • Georgia/Armenia, Mar 2010
  • Sudan, Jan 2010
  • Uganda, Dec 2009
  • Madagascar, Nov 2009
  • Nepal, Sep 2009
  • Kenya, Sep 2009
  • Kenya, Aug 2009
  • India, Aug 2009
  • Kenya, Jun 2009
  • South Africa, Apr 2009
  • Malaysia/Cambodia, Mar 2009
  • Malawi, Mar 2009
  • Kenya, Mar 2009
  • Georgia/Armenia, Mar 2009
  • Rwanda, Feb 2009
  • Lebanon, Oct 2008
  • UK, Sep 2008
  • Albania/Kosovo, Sep 2008
  • South Thailand, Aug 2008
  • India, Jun 2008
  • Kenya, Jun 2008
  • Swaziland/Cape Town, Jun 2008
  • Palestine, May 2008
  • Ghana/Nigeria/Liberia, 2008
  • India, Feb 2004