Stories From Our Friends

When the Intrepid Foundation was established 20 years ago, there were very few travel companies giving back to local communities. Since then, the Foundation has worked with over 62,000 individual donors to raise more than AUD$12 million for 136 community partners around the world. And as far Intrepid co-founder, Geoff Manchester, is concerned, they’re just getting started.

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On August 4, 1972, Ugandan dictator Idi Amin issued a decree: All non-citizen Asians living in Uganda had 90 days to leave the country. Of about 80,000 people, around 28,000 went to the United Kingdom, making and building their lives in their colonizer’s homeland. Fifty years later, what does that mean for a second-generation British Ugandan Asian?

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