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Our primary mode of engagement with communities is long-term partnership. This 10-year long ‘programme’ enters communities through Child Sponsorship, which is funded by individuals mostly from the...
Our primary mode of engagement is long-term partnership with people. This is 10-year long ‘programmes’ entering communities through Child Sponsorship funded by individuals mostly from the global...
In Malawi, women’s land rights are often governed by customary laws, which are unwritten and lead to the marginalisation of women. Incredibly, women own just 1% of Africa’s land. In the village of...
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Land rights are basic human rights. Akiiso Grace is one Ugandan woman determined to see equal land rights for women in Africa in her life-time.   At ActionAid, we like to think of Africa’s...
woman farmer uganda
This publication is based on the outcomes of the Community Based Adaptation 10 (CBA10) conference and has been compiled from the notes taken by the session chairs and respective rapporteurs. The...
The annual report of ActionAid Bangladesh of 2015 captures the stories of the youth across ActionAid and its partners in respect to the programme, campaigns, policy advocacy, and solidarity movements...
14 March 2016 was a more eventful day than other days. There was a festive atmosphere in the office. From the morning, candidates of Feminist Leadership Forum (FLF) were conducting their campaign for...
The first ever ‘Water Museum’ in Asia is located in Bangladesh’s coastal district Patuakhali. ‘Water Museum’ may sound too futuristic for 2014. Has water become so scarce that we have to preserve it...