A BROMSGROVE teenager planning to travel to one of the world’s poorest countries to teach young people about basic healthcare needs to raise £800 for the trip.
Charlotte Clayton will be travelling 4,500 miles to Nepal to spend three months there.
The 18-year-old will be leaving in January as part of a scheme ran by the international charity Restless Development.
So far she has raised just over £320 and needs help from her local community to raise the remanding funds.
The former North Bromsgrove High School student is currently taking a gap year but is hoping to go to university and study nursing next year.
Charlotte said: “I hope to gain knowledge and understanding of countries which are not as well off as ours and then use this experience to make a difference to young people both in Nepal and back here in Bromsgrove.”
Visit www.justgiving.com/Charlotte-Clayton2 to help Charlotte on her fund-raising mission.