Stories

Cameroon: Community Development

Cameroon: Community Development

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK Our NGO partner’s work includes supporting and providing help for all the educational needs of children of the most...

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Zambia: Supporting Development for Women and Children

Zambia: Supporting Development for Women and Children

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK Zambia is a nation that struggles with widespread poverty, particularly in rural areas. Roughly 60% of the population live...

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Ghana: Education for Change

Ghana: Education for Change

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK Offuman is an area in Ghana where poverty has meant that many people were never able to receive a...

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Liberia: Youth Empowerment and Job Creation

Liberia: Youth Empowerment and Job Creation

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK Liberia endured a brutal civil war in the 1990s, which saw around 250,000 people killed and many thousands more...

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Uganda: Health, Care and Job Creation

Uganda: Health, Care and Job Creation

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK Poverty in Uganda is a widespread issue, with almost 40% of the population living on less than US$1.25 per...

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Tanzania: Empowerment for people with disabilities

Tanzania: Empowerment for people with disabilities

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK An estimated 3.5 million people live with a disability in Tanzania. Many of those millions, particularly those below the...

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Iraq: Medical Equipment Transforms Lives

Iraq: Medical Equipment Transforms Lives

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK For decades the people of Iraq have endured the devastating consequences of internal and regional conflict. Frequent instability, economic...

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The Gambia: Equipped to Learn

The Gambia: Equipped to Learn

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK Only 42% of The Gambia’s adult population are literate and poor access to education continues to hamper development efforts....

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Southern Africa: Disaster Response

Southern Africa: Disaster Response

Cyclone Idai has triggered a “massive disaster” in southern Africa affecting hundreds of thousands if not millions of people, the UN...

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