Education makes aworld of difference

Feed the Minds helps marginalised people transform their lives through education. We do this through community-led projects in the Global South.

From local to global

Our projects are local but our impact is global. We believe helping one person directly, helps hundreds indirectly in the community. Enabling our local partners to spread their reach means that each year our work benefits around 100,000 people.

We've worked in 46 countries

Currently running 19 projects

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Why education?

Education is the key to tackling poverty, improving health and building brighter futures.

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How can you get involved with our work?

There are lots of ways to get involved. We value all the support we receive – in whatever form.

“The project made a significant difference to my life. It provided me with respect. I can now read. And my involvement with soap production lifted me from extreme poverty.”

Sijaona Shomari,
Democratic Republic of Congo

What's going on at Feed the Minds?

Girls' Summit

Feed the Minds and Partners attend the Girls’ Summit in London

Rugiatu Turay, a friend of FTM from Sierra Leone, is a survivor of FGM and an activist for the rights of girls and women. She established AIM, an NGO for girls and young women which has a women’s refuge and also campaigns against FGM.

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Churches’ response to FGM/C in Kuria

Report two from Katy’s trip to Kuria, Kenya with our partners ECAW and Orchid Project. “At a recent meeting with church leaders I became aware of the challenges they face…

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Female genital mutilation (FGM) – highs and lows

Programmes Director, Katy Newell-Jones is in Kenya. She shares with us her experiences so far this week. “I am currently with ECAW for the six-monthly support visit and am meeting…

Royal parks

Royal Parks Half Marathon

We have 10 places in the Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday 11th October 2015. The stunning 13.1 mile route takes in the capital’s world-famous landmarks on closed roads,  and four…