Posted March 13, 2018 under Blog
By Solen Lees*
Wilson Ladino and Luz Marina Potes
Today’s meeting is in a restaurant La Gallina Turuleka with a beautiful view of the valley in which lies nestled the municipality of Roldanillo. I have travelled here with Ana Elvia Arana and two of the volunteers, Clara Rust and Adrian Chapleau Read more..
Posted March 8, 2018 under Blog
By Erica Sapir
‘Good Chance Theatre’ is an organization based in London, and created by two theatre people, with the aim of creating a space where refugees can have a space for relaxation, fun, music, creativity, and where art and theatre games contribute to open hearts and help people get closer to one another through the universal language of theatre. Read more..
Posted March 7, 2018 under Blog
By Solen Lees*
My adventure begins at 9.40 am when ‘my driver’ comes for me… It was initially meant to be 8am, but this is Colombia! I have been forewarned that I will be going to Pance – 26 kilometres from Cali where I am staying – on the back of a motorbike. Read more..
Posted February 21, 2018 under Blog
By Adam Smith
Home gardens in the 6 year project, by Yayasan Usaha Mulia (YUM) in Central Kalimantan, demonstrated how small-scale agriculture can strengthen food security and improve the livelihoods of Indonesia’s poor. Read more..
Posted February 8, 2018 under Blog
This week marked the centenary of some women getting the vote in Britain after many years of struggle.
But as we all know, there is still much progress to be made in the fight for women’s rights all over the world! Read more..
Posted January 24, 2018 under Blog
Imagine you are a pregnant woman in need of medical care. Your nearest health centre is many miles away on dusty or muddy tracks. You don’t have a car and there are no buses. There is no-one to look after your toddler either, so you have to carry her on your back. Read more..
Posted November 20, 2017 under Blog
The natural integrity and rural livelihoods of Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo) are threatened by illegal logging, mining, and the expansion of industrial-scale monoculture, such as oil palm plantations.
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Despite what Big Agriculture would have us believe, the tide of opinion is changing about whether organic farming can feed the world.
Posted November 10, 2017 under Blog
The Río Bravo Reserve (Valle del Cauca, Colombia) is part of one of the world’s most biologically rich and threatened areas. It is home to 1,446 Species in 34,110.82 hectares, including 552 species of birds, 105 mammal species and 56 Amphibian species. Read more..
Posted July 24, 2017 under Blog
Pachacamac, Peru: high rates of poverty, domestic violence, malnutrition, child abuse and neglect mean that the children of this community are at a distinct disadvantage. Read more.. « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … 12 Next »