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International Women’s Day 2015

To mark #IWD15 we're focusing on equal access to education for girls as a path to a better future for women. 

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Despite the harsh conditions, there has been progress in South Sudan. 

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We work with the world's poorest people to transform their lives. Together with our amazing supporters, we are working for a world free from hunger and poverty. Find out more about us, the countries where we work and how you can help.


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Fatima Muhammad’s grand-daughter Halime received treatment for severe malnutrition in Wandalou Health clinic, Sila Region, Chad. Photo: Chad, June 2014.Your support saves lives.
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Safi Ramadan, a widow with 10 children, is one of the farmers we are helping to train in Tanzania.

Safi Ramadan, a widow with 10 children, is one of the farmers we are helping to train in Tanzania.

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