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2 August 2022
With £48,000 from the Scottish Government HEF Fund, we provided over 2,200 families facing extreme hunger in Afghanistan with emergency relief.
27 July 2022
In just one year, our UK Aid Match project in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has supported over 2,300 survivors of sexual and gender-based violence.
7 March 2022
Fadia, along with a group of dedicated women, is committed to rewriting Syria’s one-dimensional narrative of war and pain.
25 February 2022
In Uganda, we’ve been working with communities to help them advocate for change and claim support they’re due from the government.
9 February 2022
Thanks to your support of our WEE BOX, BIG CHANGE UK Aid Match appeal in 2018, the lives of more than 46,838 people have been transformed in rural Cambodia.
26 August 2021
Our project in Rwanda provided training for farmers in a number of areas, including gender equality and business skills.
24 May 2021
Thanks to your help and the support of the Scottish Government, we are now working with more than 1,000 farming families in the region of Kabwe to improve income and livelihoods.
10 May 2021
Through our local partner CADECOM Malawi and with support from the EU, 2,205 young women and men have completed training in a range of technical skills, giving them life-changing access to apprenticeships and employment.
8 January 2021
Malia plays with her friends at their family home. Like any six-year-old, she’s inquisitive, energetic and full of fun. Until recently, however, Malia was unable to walk.
8 January 2021
Shidalah is six years old. He lives in South Sudan, one of the poorest countries in the world. A country torn apart by violence, conflict and hunger.
7 January 2021
South Sudan has little infrastructure to provide even emergency medical treatment for children with disabilities, let alone the long-term care required for a child like Vaida to live a healthy, happy life.
23 October 2020
Mallicha lives with her nine children and husband in Borale, Ethiopia which frequently suffers from drought. Throughout her whole life, water has been a worry.