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Grant Giving Trust: Our grants in 2018 are for Women's Empowerment. ♀️💪 Each year, the focus will change but the ultimate aim will remain poverty reduction.
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As you might be able to tell from recent tweets, our co-founder has just returned from a brilliant trip to 🇬🇭 to see our fantastic projects with and ASIGE. These partnerships are changing lives for women and girls and we couldn’t be more proud!!! 🤗🤗🤗
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 19
Great to see the decline in maternal deaths at Hohoe Hospital 🏥 But as the poster says, this is just the journey so far. We’re training 50 community nurses to help very poor, remote women who don’t make it to hospital 🇬🇭
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 17
we’ve just come back from see the ASIGE basket weaving project in Northern Ghana. We’ve provided a grant to support a further 150 women. We’d love to talk to you about your experience selling the products! Can you share an email address?
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 17
Do you see Ghana’s future leaders here? We do! These girls are the future. We’re investing in them to support change and empowerment!
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 16
The first 28 days are the most vulnerable time for a child’s survival. We’re training community health nurses in rural to provide high quality neonatal support, educate parents and spot danger signs!
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 16
So proud of our partnership with 🤗 We’re training 50 community health nurses in basic midwifery. They’re on the front line delivering care to more than 25,000 people in Volta Region Ghana!
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We Yone Child Nov 16
Our experience team of social workers are carrying on school monitoring for Paul Hodges project which has provided sustainable livelihood support to 82 families to engage in full income generating activities IGAs, education support and empowered 20 women
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 11
Hi there, check out - a great organisation providing reusable sanitary pads.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 11
We loved this sex ed and family planning session. Important work challenging myths about contraception including ‘Will using family planning make me infertile?’
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 11
Thanks so much Nicola - we are passionate about supporting locally led organisations pushing for progress!
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 11
‘Take your education seriously, aim high and when you achieve come back and help others’ Great words from launching a girls empowerment club in North Ghana supported by our funding
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Sally O. Yeboah Nov 10
Meaningful partnerships that break the cycle of poverty. It pays to invest in girls and women!
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 10
‘Giving our girl children education is crucial to our development. We must work together for transformation’ Well said Paramount Chief for Bongo region, Northern Ghana! 🇬🇭
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 10
Wow🤩 We’re blown away to meet this amazing group of women and see our funding in action! 150 women will gain skills, employment and SRHR education via our grant to ASIGE Ghana 🇬🇭
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 10
Women’s livelihoods are central to development! We’re so pleased to see our funding support amazing women in North Ghana gain skills and raise incomes through basket weaving
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Sally O. Yeboah Nov 7
Thank you to and others who continue to partner our Scholar alumna , providing her support to elivatate her work with women and girls in the Upper East Region of . She is a proud young woman leading change.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 5
Great project! We are supporting 82 extremely poor girls go to primary school here - it would be amazing if they have a secondary school to go to afterwards!! 🏫
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 5
Replying to @DFID_UK @MailOnline
Well done for setting the record straight. UKaid is helping millions escape poverty and regain dignity. We should be very proud of it! 🇬🇧
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The Paul Hodges Trust Nov 4
Thank you! We’re loving learning more about Keep up your great efforts! Together all our work can help change the world!
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Dr Chris Ugwu Nov 4
Keep up the good work you are doing.We at SIRP Nigeria are quite excited about the number and quality of activities you support. We look forward to being a part of the success stories of PaulHodges Trust's,especially here in Nigeria.Kudos!
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