Abda grew up in a rural village in Pakistan. She was just 14 years old she was married to a much older man. Our project gave her confidence, better knowledge of health issues and her rights as a woman.
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Today, on the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, join us as we stand with Bridget and everyone working to end this harmful practice around the world.
Helen Russell, our new Regional Development and Community Engagement Coordinator in Scotland, has written an inspiring blog about how her own experience as an educator for ten years has given her understanding on why education makes a world of difference.
Three innovative ‘book banks’ will provide a vital new source of much needed second hand books for students in theological colleges in some of the world’s poorest countries.
Jan 2, 2018
We would like to apologize to anyone who had any issues accessing our website over the Christmas period. We are looking into the issue, and working with our IT provider…
Blog written by Hannah Walters, Feed the Minds’ Programme Manager, for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2017.
Thank you to all our Scottish volunteers for all the amazing work you do to raise awareness and funds in your communities for Feed the Minds.
We would like to thank Pam Rhodes, the BBC’s Songs of Praise presenter, for her support of Feed the Minds’ carol concert, ‘Gospel Carols by Candlelight’.
We released a new paper at our Panel Discussion event in November, that presents a case study of a Feed the Minds’ project in Pakistan, highlights some types of digital…
Expert panellists will discuss the question: ‘Does technology help or hinder low literacy communities engage in health projects?’