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The Paul Hodges Trust
Grant giving Trust fighting poverty and injustice via partnerships with amazing small charities in Africa 🌍
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UN-REDD Programme Jul 15
Trees are amongst the most incredible organisms on the planet. Despite the vital role they play every day in the life of every living thing on the planet, they are under constant threat. But together we can stand up to protect ! We are 🌲🌲🌲
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DORCAS APOORE Jul 13
This is the power of womanhood, nation developers, strong women who weave and farm to feed mother Ghana. Thank you
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jul 12
This is great news & we completely agree with the importance of community dialogue. Our project with 🇺🇬 is setting up community child protection committees and engaging 100 local leaders to challenge harmful norms.
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fundsforNGOs Jul 11
The is now accepting applications for 3-year to address against and in and Sub-Saharan Africa.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jul 12
This photo has made our week🤩 We ❤️ these unique designs and are SO proud to partner with to help unleash the talents and creativity of women and girls 🇸🇱 🇸🇱🇸🇱🇸🇱
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jul 12
These skilled craftwomen deserve a proper place to do their work. Buy a beautiful ethical basket with and help make that a reality!
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DORCAS APOORE Jul 11
The rains are pouring and we are behind work schedules. These women faces the hazards of the weather to feed their families. Consider supporting us to complete our center by purchasing our baskets
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jul 10
Tomorrow is We truly believe that empowering + educating women & girls is the best way to achieve a sustainable global population 🌍 We are proud to fund comprehensive sex education and access to family planning in Uganda 🇺🇬 & Ghana 🇬🇭
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WWF 🐼 Jul 10
We already have enough cleared land on our planet to sustain our global population. Our jungles are too precious to continue chopping down.🌴💚
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DORCAS APOORE Jul 6
ASIGE reads supports inclusive education of young people to develop reading, oral capabilities, public speaking and improve performance in schools. A purchase of a basket from and support will reach out to more children
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DORCAS APOORE Jul 4
When young people are trained and given skills for livelihood. The results is unimaginably beautiful. 19yr old Millicent is a master of the craft. A purchase of her baskets goes on to empower women and other young people. and supported by
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jun 30
Wow halfway through 2019 already! It’s been great & we’re so excited for the rest! In Sept we’ll get our end of project reports from our 1st round of grants & then launch our next funding window focused on empowering women & girls in ways that also benefit the planet 👩🏾‍🦱🌍👧🏽
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jun 28
Delighted to see 5 new handcycle wheelchairs heading to Bolgatanga 🇬🇭 (in a rather unusual way)! These chairs will provide mobility & dignity for children in extremely poor rural communities.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jun 25
Big congratulations! 🥳
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jun 24
We couldn’t recommend these opportunities more. is an amazing grassroots organisation working with poor communities 🇬🇭 to help women and children. Bring your skills, experience life in Ghana and help
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jun 24
As well as skills in basket making our project in Ghana 🇬🇭 is giving poor rural women the vital opportunity to save for a brighter future and get loans in times of need through women-led banking
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jun 22
Great to see India leading the way. Time for the UK 🇬🇧 to step up too!
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DORCAS APOORE May 31
Delight to see our new group produce these beautiful baskets. Sandra Adongo, the leader is grateful to our partners . Available at in the UK
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Global Fund for Women Jun 17
Nothing yields greater benefit than putting financial resources directly into the hands of women. When women plant & nurture seeds themselves, crops are strong, & families get fed. The same is true when you nurture women’s potential, ideas, & solutions.
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The Paul Hodges Trust Jun 13
Women farmers in developing countries achieve roughly 30% lower yields than men due to systemic disadvantages. We’re working with women’s cooperatives in Zambia 🇿🇲 to diversify into sustainable beekeeping, tackle entrenched barriers and ensure economic empowerment.
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