“Yesterday, I visited Otley in West Yorkshire to speak at the St. George’s Day Parade Service. Over 400 Scouts, leaders and parents gathered at the packed out church to celebrate St. George’s Day. “
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Easter is one of the most special times of the year and we hope you are all able to celebrate with friends, family and loved ones.
April 7th is World Health Day. Health is something that is viewed wildly differently depending on where you’re from, your economic background, and perhaps most importantly, your education. For some people being healthy equates to following the latest fitness trends and eating habits, but there are others don’t get the opportunity to learn about basic health and sanitation, and their health is in a precarious position due to their living standards or country of birth.
Feed the Minds is delighted to announce a new funding round is open and will run from 6th April – 6th June 2017. All the information you need is contained in this news story. Read on!
Happy Mother’s Day! It’s a day to treat mothers and celebrate them – and a day for us all to remember what a vital role they play in our lives, and wider society. The build up to becoming a mother can be unnerving, and for some women, very dangerous. That’s why we work in Nepal – to help expectant and new mothers who need it most. Hannah reports from her recent trip there.
We’ve just published our short video which helps explain the work we do. Please take a moment to watch, share and enjoy! Education makes a world of difference.
March 8th is International Women’s Day. A day to celebrate all women, but especially those who we work with in disadvantaged communities.
Refugees are some of the most vulnerable people in the world. We are working with returnees in Burundi, helping them to return home and secure land that is legally theirs.
Today marks the UN’s International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation. FGM is a traditional practice which affects millions of women and girls all around the world.
Today, February 6th, marks the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation. To mark it, we sat down with our colleague Cess, who works in Kenya, to discuss where we are at with the battle to end FGM/C. Cess works for one of our partners, The Education Centre for the Advancement of Women (ECAW). We work with her in Kuria where, unfortunately, FGM/C is still prevalent.