Category: News

Recycle for DDP!

It’s possible now to combine charity fundraising with de-cluttering your home! Unwanted or damaged jewellery • Gold, silver, costume jewellery, watches, broken/damaged items (missing stones, odd earrings, snapped chains…) Old banknotes • Unwanted or obsolete paper currency from any country, of any age (but not coins!) Our partners at Recycling for Good Causes will re-use […]

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Winter 2021 Newsletter

This is a first DDP e-Newsletter which you can read online here. If you would like it to come to you by email in future, please sign up here, or use the link in the newsletter itself. There will always be an option to unsubscribe again if you change your mind. And please feel free […]

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WDIL Success Stories

This booklet brings together the stories of some of the people involved in our Women-Led, Disability-Inclusive Livelihoods project in Nepal’s Dhading district from 2018 to 2021, implemented by lead partner DHRC-Nepal and downstream partner DWA, with funding from UK Aid Direct. It shows how the project has contributed to the social and economic empowerment of […]

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Fupu

“I really am happy to have joined the IT training programme at SHRUTI. It has taught me the basics of computing, which I should have learned in Grade 9 and 10 at school. Our trainer, Shankar Sir, had much more patience than anyone I have ever met. Even though he was not hard-of -hearing himself, […]

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Agnishikha

“I am one of the first IT trainees at SHRUTI. I have always loved computers and editing photos as a hobby. I had some basic IT knowledge, as I took a computer course at high school. But I didn’t understand very well at the time. Thanks to this training I have a lot more knowledge […]

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Using FM Radio in Malga

During the COVID-19 pandemic, when restrictions on travel and gatherings were in place and schools were closed, our partners at Berhan Lehetsanat kept the momentum of the Improving Women and Girls’ Health project going through FM radio broadcasts in the Sidamic language – reaching people in neighbouring areas as well as in Malga woreda. Below […]

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