Families in rural Malawi are increasingly struggling to grow enough food from one year to the next. See how your support is helping communities like Agripa Jere village to adapt to the challenges of climate change and HIV and AIDS, so they can grow more food to tackle the hunger they face and provide their children with the nutrition they need.
Meet Nirmala. Thanks to your support Nirmala now has the opportunity grow more food, earn more money and access better healthcare for her family. Growing up in a remote tribal tribal village in India she never thought this would be possible, but now she is changing her children's future for the better.
Saturday 8th March is International Women's Day, a day to celebrate their economic, political and social achievements, but also to highlight the struggles women continue to face worldwide. See how your support is helping women to achieve their potential.
Thanks to your support in 2013, we have enabled women in India, Nepal, Malawi and Zimbabwe to tackle the poverty they face and build a better future for their families. We met Ranjeeta from India and Christine from Malawi this year, and they shared their story with us.
We have been working in Nepal for two years and your support has helped tribal families to break free from the cycle of poverty. We recently completed our first project and have some exciting news to share on our plans for 2014.
Sunday 1st December is World AIDS Day. The families we work with in Malawi and Zimbabwe face challenges on daily basis to grow enough food and to earn an income, but these hardships are made worse for those living with HIV and AIDS. See the difference your support can make.
Did you know that you can support the families we work with just by doing your Christmas shopping? We have partnered with online card company Silverstamp who are matching donations and offering you a special discount, and the online shopping app Give as you Live, which lets you shop with your favourite brands who donate a percentage of your purchase to us, at no extra cost to you. So what are you waiting for!
We work with families from tribal communities in India and Nepal. This year our project in the state of Uttarakhand, India, has expanded to reach more families, and together they are uniting and standing up for their rights.
Wednesday 16th October is World Food Day. We help families to grow enough food, not just for this year's harvest, but to ensure their children never go hungry again. Find out how what this means for the families we work with in Zimbabwe.
By supporting us you are investing in vulnerable women around the world. Find out why we think this is so important.