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Our AMAL programme supports women's transformative leadership in changing times in the Middle East and North Africa.
Our case study from Zimbabwe shows how, with the right support, small-scale farmers can become more resilient to climate change.
Gender & Development looks at the role of monitoring, evaluation and learning in women's empowerment.
Our 87 second animation by Cognitive shows why women should have an equal say in decision making, and that it really is possible.
We're supporting women farmers in Nepal to learn new farming techniques and improve their income. This is Kalpana's story.
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Supporting young people as they claim their rights to health and education services.
Influencing policy, decision-making, and expenditure to reflect the interests of women.
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Improving climate change adaptation decision making and supporting communities’ agency and resilience.
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