Through our volunteers, we're helping to promote respect of women’s right to adequate food, women's control over their own incomes and developing productive resources to create climate resilient agriculture.
The lack of implementation of laws on gender equality in land rights and distribution means that resources are limited for those who need them most.
Cultural barriers means that women are often not given access to farming land, or if they are, they have no control over the income that they earn.
Millions of people are struggling without a reliable source of food and income to support themselves and their families.
Supporting marginalised young people in Tanzania - especially girls and young mothers - to develop the skills and confidence they need to secure reliable livelihoods.
Volunteer filmmaker Sue Turbett has just returned from Bangladesh, capturing first-hand projects that are investing in the livelihoods of women.