The foundation’s ability to think creatively and enable practical, positive change is particularly relevant as the UK social care sector faces further cuts

Halfway through my social work MA, I decided to use part of my summer holiday to travel around Ethiopia, and so in July last year, I visited the Beza Association, a foundation supporting communities affected by HIV in Lalibela, a town in the north of the country. The experience was humbling and, to my surprise, affected my social work learning and development.

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