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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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The Paul Hodges Trust May 29
Our partnership with 🇬🇭 is supporting talented young seamstresses to make hundreds of face masks - protecting from COVID-19 & enhancing incomes for vulnerable women. Want to support?
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 29
Elizabeth was forced to drop out of junior high-school when she got pregnant. The father denied responsibility & she had no family support. Elizabeth is now enrolled in weaving training: ‘I want to be skilled so I can take care of my child & help other girls in my community’ 🇬🇭
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 28
What exciting new life - these are the green shoots of real change! 🌱🌱🌱
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 28
Proud to partner with to promote comprehensive sex education and menstrual hygiene through our network of peer educators
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 23
to everyone celebrating today and tomorrow. Stay safe! 💙
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UN Women May 20
Women working informal jobs have been the 1st to lose their incomes & will be among the last to recover from . On our Data Hub, we outline 3 ways they can be supported.
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 21
Replying to @tom_doughty_
Really sad news!
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 21
Replying to @tom_doughty_
This seems like quite a strange mix lof countries - have Oxfam shared their reasoning behind pulling out of these countries, which include some of the poorest in the world?
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DORCAS APOORE May 19
wave baskets is a beacon that lights up your home. ‘This baskets is designed for indoor usage and decoration. The weave is the same but comes in varying colors and artistic features. Readily available for delivery to you all over the world
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 18
Trees are precious but can be vulnerable. Communities must work with nature for better futures 🌳🌱🌳🌱🌳🌱🌳🌱🌳🌱🌳
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 18
“COVID-19 has not stopped people from having sex... The crisis is an opportunity for policymakers to support initiatives that give women & girls more power over immediate needs & improve access to critical services in the long term.” Well said! 👏🏻
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 16
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Where can people buy them?
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 15
We’re delighted to be partnering with in Sierra Leone 🇸🇱 and ASIGE women’s cooperative in Ghana 🇬🇭 to produce beautiful & practical face masks. Produced by local women & dispersed to high risk communities, this will tackle poverty & help stop the spread of COVID-19.
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 13
These baskets are beautiful & they support extremely poor women artisans to change their lives. Get yours here
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 12
Just ordered some beautiful summer pieces. Proud to support talented women’s cooperatives in Rwanda 🇷🇼
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 12
Fantastic & life saving work from our amazing partner
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Nicola Sansom May 12
Malnutrition leading cause of death and ill health worldwide – and this is getting worse due to . The in our food system needs to be addressed.
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 7
This is incredibly worrying and demonstrates why work to end poverty must go hand in hand with work to save our planet from climate disaster. Climate change: More than 3bn could live in extreme heat by 2070
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The Paul Hodges Trust May 6
Terribly sad to hear about this. Another reminder of the big secondary consequences of this pandemic for the world’s poorest & most vulnerable. We fully support our brilliant partner in their important work for women in Mukono 🇺🇬
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