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For all media requests, please contact our Communications and Marketing Officer, Fabiana Harrington on media@feedtheminds.org or call 02037525800 / 07384464811.

Nov 25, 2014

Ebola and the Church in Sierra Leone

Our colleagues in Sierra Leone give us another update on the situation there, as 533 new cases were reported there last week. The Church and Mosque are important places in…

Nov 13, 2014

Ebola update as deaths reach 5,000

In a report released this morning, the BBC announced that the Ebola death toll has passed 5,000. This is devastating news for families and communities losing loved ones, and our…

Nov 10, 2014

Missing Millions Report

We are delighted to release the report from the successful cross-organisational learning seminar on the ‘Missing Millions’ we hosted earlier this year. The Missing Millions refers to the millions of…

Oct 24, 2014

Eddy’s First trip to Pakistan

Eddy Buranakal is our new Programmes Manager. He recently went on his first project visit with Feed the Minds to Pakistan. This is what he had to say. Now nearly…

Oct 21, 2014

The Warmest of Welcomes In Ireland

Myself and three of my colleagues, Cat, Katy and Adam, returned home late last night from what can only be described as a whirlwind tour of the Republic and Northern…

A picture of Michael Morpurgo who read the Radio 4 appeal and is a well known author.

Oct 7, 2014

Michael Morpurgo Radio 4 Appeal

In May we were lucky to have Michael Morpurgo host a Radio 4 Appeal for us. Listen to him speak about his reasons for supporting us below, or visit the…

Sep 26, 2014

50 Years of Making a Difference

Turning 50 is certainly a milestone to celebrate. Feed the Minds did just that with a reception at Dr Johnson’s House in London on Monday. 50 years ago Feed the Minds…

Sep 9, 2014

International Literacy Day

Yesterday was International Literacy Day. We asked our Programmes Director, Katy Newell-Jones, where she really sees literacy making a difference in the work we do. Katy: Two examples really stand…