Primary Actor in Uganda after a Maths lesson.
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VSO Volunteer Ana Paula Pinto reads textbook and performs in classroom activity with the students from primary school at Kyakathone primary school, Myanmar
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With your support, we can unlock the power of people to bring better education, healthcare, jobs and rights to the world’s most marginalised communities. We need your donation to fund this change, to help more people and make a lasting difference. 

Nancy, 18, is a student at a Kenyan catch-up centre
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A gift in your will can make an impact on the world that lasts for years to come, helping communities build better lives for themselves and access the kind of education, healthcare and opportunities we all take for granted. 

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Lead farmer Md. Rezaul conducts a farmers training session with Alipur Boro Vita Farmers Group at Alipur, Kafrikhal, Rangpur, Bangladesh.
Abir Abdullah

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Together we make change that lasts for generations

We believe that it is possible to build a better, fairer world if we work together. A world where vulnerable and marginalised communities are not denied an education, or adequate healthcare, or the chance to build a livelihood. 

With your support behind us, unlocking the power of people, we’ve achieved great things over the last year: 

  • Over 2,800,000 people have been able to get good quality education 
  • Nearly 435,000 people have been able to access better healthcare 
  • Nearly 30,000 people have been able to build livelihoods 
  • Nearly 1.95 million people have been able to make better lives for themselves and their communities. Working together they have: built peaceful communities, tackled gender based violence, prepared for disasters and created inclusive societies for people with disabilities. 
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Sahin Fatma Khan (11) with her school friends. Sahin is one of the primary actors under Empowering a New Generation of Adolescent Girls with Education (ENGAGE) project and studies in Shree Janata Secondary School, Banke.

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