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  • The Action on Poverty T-shirts are here!

    The Action on Poverty T-shirts have landed and we are so excited! We are in the midst of really pushing…

  • Happy Mother’s Day

  • World Water Day

  • INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: Weata’s Story

  • Livelihood Opportunities are Leading to Greater Women’s Empowerment

  • CELEBRATING WOMEN: Adammas’ Story

    This is Adammas’ Story She is mother of 7.   That is 7 mouths to feed, 7 bodies to clothe…

  • CELEBRATING WOMEN: Agnes’ Story

    On March 8th people across the world will come together to celebrate International Women’s Day. In the run up to…

  • Sweat Out Poverty II Fundraising Event

    Sweat Out Poverty Returns! Here at Action on Poverty we are very happy to announce that after the success of…

  • Celebrating International Day of People with Disabilities

    The Sierra Leonean Superhumans “We are humans. We have human feelings.”   2016 has been a year where the UK…

  • Season of Giving Competition

    With just over a month until Christmas – we want to announce our #SeasonofGiving competition for this festive season. You…

  • Zuena’s Story

    Meet Zuena  Can you imagine being 12 years old and being forced to flee your home? That you had no…

  • Jo Brand Supports Our Appeal

    Jo Brand will be presenting our upcoming BBC Radio 4 Appeal on November 27th at 7:55. But we’ve got a little…

  • Jo Brand to Present our Appeal

    An Exciting announcement from us at Action on Poverty Sunday 27th November 7:55 am. We want you to put that…

  • The contrast between children who can access education and those who can’t: Livelihoods sustained for generations

    As Action on Poverty’s accountant, most of my work is UK based.  So this is a rare treat to be…

  • Remembering the survivors, post-ebola

    With the news of Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey’s readmission to hospital, the forgotten crisis of a foreign disease is brought…

  • SIDEBAR

  • Knowledge sharing in East Africa

    Members of our Kenyan partner REEP‘s Enterprise and Food Security Unit team recently undertook a knowledge exchange visit to Tanzania to learn…

  • Women’s Empowerment in Tanzania

    We’re empowering vulnerable and destitute women in Tanzania, widowed or deserted because they have HIV/AIDs, to tackle discrimination and keep…

  • Prioritising the hard to reach

    Find out how we are reaching the most marginalised and vulnerable people in post-conflict eastern Sri Lanka.   At first glance…

  • Kitchen Garden in Kenya

    Kitchen Gardens in Kenya

    Find out how kitchen gardens have helped people living with HIV/AIDS in western Kenya.   One of Action on Poverty’s…

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