By Matthew Barrett
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In the above video, MPs Stephen Crabb, Fiona Bruce, and Brooks Newmark, as well as the Secretary of State for International Development, Andrew Mitchell, review this year's work on the Conservative Party's overseas social action project, Project Umubano, which is based in Rwanda and Sierra Leone. In particular, the video shows project volunteers providing healthcare for the local population, teaching Rwandan Senators how to hold the Rwandan government to account, teaching local people business skills in order to increase employment, and educating local children - especially girls.
The project, which is now in its fifth year, is entirely self-funded and was set up in 2007 by David Cameron and (then-Shadow) Secretary of State for International Development, Andrew Mitchell. It is led by Conservative MPs and, since its foundation, hundreds of volunteers - from students to Ministers of State - have participated, with many choosing to return to the project.