Giving women and girls access to high quality, relevant education helps them in to work and out of poverty. We support partners delivering female education projects in vulnerable communities across the world through our local-led approach.
Where were we before technology? Ifeoma Nwabachili, deputy provost at Wavecrest in Lagos writes about the importance of teaching and using technology as part of their hospitality curriculum.
The statistics of modern slavery are grim. There are 40.3 million people being forced or exploited into labour, prostitution or marriage, held against their will, beaten, repeatedly raped and abused, starved and deprived of their most basic needs and ultimately, deprived of basic human rights, freedom and their future.
Mentoring is a fundamental part of the FATIMA project; providing refugee women with a personalised support system ensures they begin their journey of integration with a strong network of interpersonal relationships and a sense of security and trust.
My home country Eritrea is ranked the world’s second country in terms of high prevalence of modern slavery.
Join us as our young people launch campaigns to address Modern Slavery at our Parliamentary event, hosted by Sarah Champion MP: Modern Slavery Past, Present & Future: Can Young People Make a Difference?
We're delighted to announce that our Christmas gift cards, featuring our projects from Kenya, Congo and Honduras, are now available to gift loved ones this festive season!
On the 12th December, we hosted our annual Christmas Carol Concert, and what a truly special evening it was!