Is there anything else you would like to add?
The volunteering part could have been better organised. For example the trip itinerary mentions taking supplies for the school, which we did, but doesnt refer to a trip to a local villiage where there was a need for adult clothes. I'd have taken some if I'd known. On day 1 at the school they wanted some fencing put up for their goats but has no posts or tools, so we couldn't do it. We did, however, manage to buy some stuff for the second day. While recognising its Africa, they did know we were coming, so you'd think between the school and guide they might have made beetr use of out time. Having said that, it was still worthwhile and good for the UK teens to spend some time trying to teach the Zambian kids.
I'd avoid the group flights with Ethiopian Airlines and book your own, as there is a very long transit time on theway home and the airport at Addis is not agreat plave to wait.
The trip notes need to be clearer about the tips - there is guidance on tipping the leader, but the notes dont mention that tips for all the camp staff are expected. I have no problem with this, but it coused a little difficulty as we ran out of Zambian Currency (fortunately had some US dollars!).