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£8 a month

could provide vocational skill training, such as tailoring, mobile repairing or iron works, helping someone to lift their family out of poverty

£10 a month

could help someone start their own shop by providing the start-up stock to get the business going. Some of the money that they’ll earn will go back to their self-help group, enabling another person to start a business

Poverty and suffering are not inevitable.

Together, we can make change possible. Set up a Direct Debit and be part of the change.

These are typical examples of how your money could be used. Your regular gift will help change the lives of people and communities, wherever the need is greatest. Give to Nepal today and change lives.

Thank you.

Sickle Man

Bishal got support to set up a sickle making business. People in his community are very poor and pay Bishal by giving him food supplies for his family. They now have sufficient food for most of the year.

Sewing Lady

Basanti received a loan to rear goats. She paid back the loan and set up a tailoring business. She now earns enough money to send her children to school.