Spotlight on… Gulshan in India

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In a remote village in India, Gulshan is inspiring her community to demand change.

“I enjoy being a counsellor and getting to work with people in the community. It feels good to use my skills to support people who can’t read or write.”

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Life in… Tonahi Nara Village, India

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Every day around 800 women die of preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. 20 per cent of these women are from India.

But with your support, women in rural Chhattisgarh are changing this.

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Women living in poverty are tackling hunger, thanks to Curry for Change 2016.

maIn Tarimar - a remote village in India - Mahetrin leads a local Women’s Group.

Every month the group meets, and each of its 12 members contribute 50 Rupees (58p) to a group savings account. Each member then has the chance to take out a loan, allowing them to invest in the tools they need to earn an income and grow more food.

In receiving this loan, the women are being given an opportunity. For the first time they are able to shape their own futures and together, take action together to combat hunger and poverty.

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Farmers in Malawi are coming together in the face of adversity

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Malawians are currently suffering the effects of El Niño – a complex weather phenomenon that brings severe drought, and with it, crop failure and hunger.

 On 12th April 2016, the Malawian government declared a national state of disaster.

But thanks to your support, the farmers that Find Your Feet work with are now able to prepare for and endure unpredictable weather conditions.

 

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