A one day training session teaching farmers in rural Zimbabwe, affected by on-going drought, new techniques to farm their land more effectively.
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A solar powered irrigation scheme means that farmers in Zimbabwe can ensure their crops are well watered in times of drought, feeding their families throughout the year.
Capturing the sun's energy with solar panels gives communities in rural areas of Zimbabwe, the power to change their futures for the better.
These clucky creatures are a great asset for a family in need in Bangladesh.
Help connect Mashaba clinic, in Zimbabwe, to electricity and provide vital health care to 6,000 members of the local community.
Tippy taps are an incredibly simple way to allow communities in Kenya to wash their hands.
Harnessing solar power in Zimbabwe allows children to study even when the sun goes down, providing them with more opportunity to study and secure an education.
Acquiring a new skill can be life changing for communities in Kenya.
Farmers and their families in the poorest regions of Nepal depend on the produce from their dairy animals in order to survive.
You could help provide saline tolerant fish fingerlings (young fish) to farmers in coastal Bangladesh, where the monsoons have increased salt levels in the waterways.
Providing sanitation workers in Bangladesh with appropriate clothing and kit not only protects them from disease, but gives them a sense of dignity while they work.
In the slums of Kisumu, Kenya, having a clean, safe and private place to 'go' is vital and can even save lives.
Planting saplings to create small forests can enable communities in Darfur, Sudan, to begin to rebuild after periods of drought and conflict.
A clean water supply near to homes for families in Kenya means children are less likely to suffer life threatening illnesses and malnutrition.
Goats play a very important role for smallholder farmers in Bangladesh.
Furnish rural Malawi with a reliable source of much needed water with this solar-panel water pump and help increase agricultural production.
A beehive for farmers in the forest slopes of Peru allows them to produce honey to provide a vital income for their family.
In Bolivia, farmers are dependant on their strong and hardy Llamas to survive.
Due to lack of water, many farmers in Sudan can't grow enough food to eat, living on just one meal a day.
A small flock of three sheep, including one male, can help whole communities in Bangladesh.
For families living in coastal Bangladesh, there is limited access to food during monsoon season.
In Bangladesh a mechanical pump enables pit latrines to be emptied without the need for sanitation workers to climb inside and empty the waster.
Hygienic toilets can help flush away disease in the slums of Kenya.
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