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The Paul Hodges Trust
Grant-giving charity fighting poverty via partnerships with amazing small charities in Africa 🌍 Women's rights; girls' education; protecting the environment!
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Ngozi Oct 19
Great summary of the proactive steps and successful strategies taken by to fight .
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 19
Evidence shows us: mothers allocate 90% of their income to their families - investing in better homes, education, healthcare & food. So empowering mothers is a powerful way to break the cycle of poverty. This year we're helping 500+ mothers gain livelihoods!
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 18
Trees are a lifeline in northern communities in Ghana 🇬🇭 They help stabilise the soil, protect against desertification & can provide valuable nutritious & economic crops. This little beauty is one of 15,000 planted by local communities through our partnership with 🌱🌱🌱
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We Yone Child Oct 17
Women in our skill center produce face masks to save you from , buy one help safe yourself while helping empower the women in the skill center. 👉👉
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 17
Sustainable, adjustable, ethical and gorgeous. Read more on our post to see why our handmade facemasks are the best choice around.
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Harris Namutebi Oct 17
The more women are empowered with skills,a tripple benefit exists of improved skills,yeilds and income. THANK YOU for supporting these intiatives.
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ACESWorld Oct 17
Yields for women farmers are 30% lower than men's on average. Climate smart farming, along with increased access to better inputs, financing, and markets, will help women farmers face climate change, and feed the world.
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NCD Uganda Oct 17
Women continue to use climate smart agricultural skills as a means of improving yields.Thanks to for supporting this intiative.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 17
Stigma & lack of access to proper sanitary resources directly inhibits far too many girls from pursuing an education. This really shouldn’t still be barrier in 2020! We say NO🚫to shame and YES ✅ to equipping girls with sanitary pads!
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 17
Replying to @PaulHodgesTrust
•A purchase of one of these masks supports the jobs and decent incomes of women tailors in our Ghana and Sierra Leone cooperatives •For every mask we sell, we donate three more to West Africa’s most vulnerable women and girls •100% proceeds to charity
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 17
Sustainable, adjustable, ethical and gorgeous. Read more on our post to see why our handmade facemasks are the best choice around.
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ORGIIS Ghana Oct 16
"Trees are essential part of our livelihood so we do all it takes to grow and protect them". - Monica, one of the beneficiaries of Women and Trees for Economic Empowerment Project
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 16
In the poorest communities, with no safety net, if you can't afford a school uniform, you can't go to school. With our partner ASIGE in Ghana 🇬🇭 we're supplying school uniforms to those who need them and working to make sure no girl is too poor to go to school.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 15
Women make up the majority of the world's farmers, but too often lack training & investment. Through our partnership with 🇬🇭 we're bringing female farmers together, sharing knowledge & providing training to improve yields & secure higher prices.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 14
An apprenticeship in tailoring provides the opportunity to build a sustainable livelihood. With our partner we're supporting 10 young women to gain skills in George Brook, Sierra Leone 🇸🇱 You can shop their handy-work on our Etsy page! ❤️🙏
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 14
Be vibrant, unique AND Autumn-ready while protecting yourself and others in our ethical facemasks! ALL of these masks are handmade in Ghana and Sierra Leone by tailoring co-operatives for women. 100% profits to charity.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 13
Replying to @BeautyOfRwanda
Oh no, why?
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 13
We know the children are our future! Meet 33 new environmental champions from Moshi District Tanzania. These kids are passionate about protecting their local environmental & have formed environmental clubs to drive action. A really exciting part of our partnership with
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Winnie Byanyima Oct 12
So true. extreme is trapping people in poverty, denying them healthcare & our children education, slowing growth, breaking down social cohesion & fuelling social violence. is a choice. Countries can reduce thru policies they pursue.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Oct 12
So proud of our amazing partner ! Family planning is key to empowering women and communities.
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