Archbishop Desmond Tutu visits Wales for Africa scheme


Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu is due to arrive in Wales later ahead of a series of meetings on Thursday with people involved in the Wales for Africa programme.

Set up in 2006, it helps individuals, groups and communities across Wales create links and get involved in projects with countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Angela Gorman is the co-founder of Life for African Mothers, and was instrumental in bringing Archbishop Tutu to Wales for his first visit since 2009.

She spoke to Felicity Evans on BBC Radio Wales.

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