Adama, an inspiring 21-year-old mother, was supported by our project empowering rural women farmers in Northern Sierra Leone. Read her story here.
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Together, we can help to beat the stigma surrounding menstruation, campaign for better sanitary product provision for girls and women all over the world, and empower girls and women through training and education. Let’s end the taboo. Period.
In recent months, the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo has deepened. Over half the people in the area where we work had to flee the violence. Now, they are retuning and trying to resume their lives.
Read these inspirational messages from the women we work with in Sierra Leone, who are working to empower women living in rural and extremely poor communities through our project.
Thanks to awareness-raising sessions that reached out to rural communities, Marikkannu and her teenage daughters were able to learn about life-changing menstrual health, and of the benefits of using sanitary napkins.
Abda grew up in a rural village in Pakistan. She was just 14 years old when she was married to a much older man. Our project gave her confidence, better knowledge of health issues and her rights as a woman.
In this blog, our Regional Development and Community Engagement Coordinator in Scotland, Helen Russell, gives an insight into the amazing events that have been happening for Feed the Minds in Scotland over the last month.
Monday Kargbo is one of the women supported by our project in northern Sierra Leone, which is providing sustainable agricultural livelihood and income enhancement for 2,500 women farmers.
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.