Lucy Rae – Forgotten Women

Sara’s Story – Ex Syrian Prisoner of War

Please note we have changed the names featured in this story to protect those personal identities. Sara’s Story – Ex Syrian Prisoner of War We met Sara who had been relocated to Reyhanli with her 2 sons, having formerly lived in Homs, Syria. What immediate struck us upon meeting her was how beautiful but also […]

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The devastating impact

The devastating impact of the famine and conflict on women and girls The humanitarian situation in East Africa continues to deteriorate, and there is a high risk the country will face its third famine in 25 years. More than 6.2 million people – half of the total population are in urgent need of humanitarian aid, […]

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The Feminisation of Poverty

In recent years there has been a larger focus on global economic inequalities. There is a growing awareness that a small minority of people control the world’s wealth. According to the UN, the richest 2% of the population owns more than half of the wealth in the world, roughly 223 trillion dollars. Moreover, the richest […]

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Break the cycle

Women and girls spend 90% of their income on their families. Investing in them is the quickest and surest way to break the cycle of poverty. #OtherMother

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