University of Leicester Law Graduate lives on £1 a day to help tackle poverty in Nicaragua

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Published by University of Leicester Press Office for University of Leicester in Communities and also in Education

A University of Leicester student has committed to living on £1 a day to help raise funds for those living in poverty in Central America. Michael Satchell, 21-years-old, a Law student from Birmingham, will travel to Nicaragua in March 2013 to work on the development programme for 10 weeks. Michael will team up with Nicaragua volunteers to tackle some of the problems facing the local community, after getting a place on the government funded International Citizen Service (ICS). ICS allows young people age...

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