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UK Aid Direct is a DFID challenge fund, supporting civil society organisations to reduce poverty - reaching the most marginalised & vulnerable
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World Health Organization (WHO) May 29
About 1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual violence in their lifetime. New RESPECT framework highlights 7 strategies to prevent violence against women
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World Health Organization (WHO) May 29
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Prevent violence against women - Safe environments: Create safe schools, public spaces and work environments
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UK Aid Direct Jun 13
A reminder to our grant holders and all other : next week is . There are lots of events and activities you can get involved with starting with day on Monday
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UK Aid Direct Jun 12
This grant is helping to keep : “Before I didn’t know about pads but was just using rags which were hard to change outside of the house.” - a youth champion at a school in Uganda. WASH
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UK Aid Direct Jun 12
grant holders are educating children from communities of slave-descent in to break the cycle of poverty and discrimination and ensure the communities remain emancipated:
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UK Aid Direct Jun 12
On we celebrate grant holders and their work to ensure children in Nepal stay in school reducing their vulnerability to trafficking and subjection to forced labour:
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UK Aid Direct Jun 11
grant holders are working in on a project that aims to create menstruation friendly schools. Before the project began, over 50% of girls were missing school during their periods.
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Small Charity Week Jun 10
With just 1 week to go, are you planning any special events? Register it on our site and we'll share! We've heard from charities running sponsored firewalks, community funding fairs, a thanksgiving cream tea, picnics and more!
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FaithinWater May 29
We're celebrating reaching more than 24,600 people in Uganda on menstrual health as part of our Dignity for Girls programme! Read more
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UK Aid Direct May 28
education and literacy. is using its grant to empower girls to stand up for their rights and break the cycle of poverty and inequality. Find out more here:
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PHASE Worldwide May 28
Our project with aims to address malnutrition by empowering female farmers with training and knowledge in farming and nutrition. #WorldHungerDay2019#FoodSecurity
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Zambia Orphans Aid May 28
Today is and ZOA’s partner, Twavwane School, are running drama sessions in to engage the community about healthy & why girls must attend school ⁦
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UK Aid Direct May 28
In this classroom in , both girls and boys are educated in menstrual hygiene management issues to help dispel myths and create understanding.
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The Hunger Project May 27
This we're talking about solutions to & poverty. Meet Gloria, 17, part of our UK aid-funded "Safe Choices for Deaf Girls” project that empowers girls to break the cycle of poverty &inequality.
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Afghanaid May 21
We're supporting women to learn to read & write, a vital first step on the road to independence 🙌 is funding real, long-term change in rural . Find out more about our ongoing support of these women & their communities:
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UK Aid Direct May 20
The will use their grant to empower farmers in with new radio project Information & knowledge will be shared with 1,000's in this accessible inclusive way
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UK Aid Direct May 16
With a grant, grassroots will help over 200 Syrian in Lebanon to reach and achieve their full potential. Learn more
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UK Aid Direct May 16
With a grant, UK charity Cerebral Palsy Africa will be working with the to train special education teachers to make their classrooms accessible for children with
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UK Aid Direct May 15
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UK Aid Direct May 15
Cerebral Palsy Africa, and will each be supported with a grant to empower the most vulnerable and marginalised.
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