You may not think fish, bananas and sugar cane go together but for a small group of family farmers in Malawi it’s the perfect mix. By joining together and making creative use of the natural resources around them, these farmers are preventing hunger and boosting their families’ income. Find out more about their solution.
Each day thousands of brick kiln workers in India are exploited at work. They face back breaking labour in dangerous, dirty conditions with low wages that leave whole families in poverty. Find Your Feet has just finished a four year project and now the Brick Kiln workers need your support – find out how you can free them from poverty and exploitation.
International Women's Day is celebrated on Sunday 8th March and provides the opportunity to call for change and celebrate acts of courage and determination by women, like Najibunisa from India, who have played an extraordinary role in bringing change to their community. Find out how the women in our projects will be marking the occasion.
For the last three years we have been building our our annual fundraising campaign, and thanks to everyone's support in 2014, this year was a huge success - and importantly, we made a huge difference to change the lives of families who suffer from hunger. Find out how.
Jessica from our UK team visited India in November and would like to share news from Jamal pur village in Uttar Pradesh to help show the impact your support has had this year, and to pass on a special Thank You message!
Monday 1st December is World AIDS Day. In the villages where we work the majority of people suffer from chronic hunger, but the hardships they face are made worse when they also have to cope with HIV and AIDS. Access to enough food and a nutritious diet becomes vital. See how Nellie from Malawi is helping her community to tackle these challenges.
On the 16th October every year, World Food Day helps puts poverty and hunger in the spotlight. Tonight, one in eight people will go to bed hungry tonight. In 2014, it shouldn't have to be this way. See how your support can help change the lives of families who suffer from hunger.
Malawi continues to be one of the poorest countries in the world with families facing many challenges to grow enough food. This is why we are pleased to share that we have a new three year project which will work towards ensuring whole communities can feed their families all year round.
This June we launched our annual Curry for Change campaign and we would love you to join us! It's simple, make a difference today by cooking or enjoying curry. Visit one of our partner restaurants throughout June or host your own curry evening, and you will be helping to change the lives of families who suffer from hunger.
Families in rural Malawi are increasingly struggling to grow enough food from one year to the next. See how your support is helping communities like Agripa Jere village to adapt to the challenges of climate change and HIV and AIDS, so they can grow more food to tackle the hunger they face and provide their children with the nutrition they need.