PROLEMPA Promoting Economic Development for Women and Youth in Honduras Project Snapshot PROLEMPA (Promoting Rural Economic Development for Women and Youth in the Lempa Region of Honduras) Goal: To improve the economic well-being of small-scale farmers and business owners, in particular women, youth and indigenous people, in the Honduran Dry Corridor Target group: 3,000 small-scale…

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TAMANI Tabora Maternal Newborn Health Initiative Project Snapshot Project: Tabora Maternal Newborn Health Initiative (TAMANI) Goal: To improve quality and access to reproductive, maternal and newborn health services and to reduce maternal/newborn mortality Target group: Women, girls and newborns in under-served districts in Tabora Where: Tanzania Duration: 2017-2021 (5 years) The Problem While Tanzania has…

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Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies Southern African Nutrition Initiative (SANI) Project Snapshot Project: Southern African Nutrition Initiative (SANI) Goal: To improve nutrition in women of reproductive age (15-49) and children under 5 years Target group: Poor, food-insecure women, girls, mothers, newborns and children Where: Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia Duration: 2016-2020 (4 years) Get Directions From To…

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Syria Crisis DONATE THE SITUATION As the war in Syria enters its tenth year, the regional crisis has reached horrifying new levels. With nearly one million displaced in Northwest Syria, people are living through one of the worst emergencies since the war began in 2011. At least 80 per cent of those displaced are women…

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Yemen Crisis DONATE THE SITUATION Violence in Yemen has created the most severe humanitarian crisis in the world. As fighting and airstrikes continue, 24 million people are in desperate need of help. The country is facing a triple-threat: First, the currency is out of control, making basic goods like food or medicine too expensive or…

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Myanmar Refugee Crisis DONATE THE SITUATION Since August 2017, more than 700,000 people have from Myanmar’s Rakhine state have fled to Bangladesh after an escalation of violence. Most of the refugees, around 80 per cent, are women, children and babies. The bulk of those who have fled are living in makeshift camps, fields and muddy…

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