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A wedding is a special occasion, so why not make it more memorable by allowing your loved ones to come together and celebrate your day with gifts?
A floating garden can withstand the frequent floods of Bangladesh, protecting a family’s harvest so they can continue to earn a living, and send their children to school.
You could help a refugee family forced to flee to Myanmar by giving them enough food to last an entire month.
With just one sheep, a woman in Ethiopia could earn enough money to start a savings group – supporting the other women in her community too.
You could help raise a family’s home above dangerous floodwaters and provide them with the tools and livestock they need to make a fresh start.
Why not do your bit for the environment by purchasing one of these amazing energy-saving stoves? You could help protect tropical forests and ensure that young children have more time to study and do their homework!
You could help a woman living with HIV to earn extra income by providing the materials she needs to make banana wine to sell at her local market.
A mobile health worker can be a lifeline to families living in remote areas of Nigeria. This gift could help train a health worker who could go on to help hundreds of people.
This gift could help provide shelter and emotional support to vulnerable women affected by gender-based violence in their community.
You could help transform the lives of hundreds of small-scale farmers by providing them with seeds and training to set up a business selling sunflower seeds and oil.
With the power of art, you could help stop vulnerable young people being exploited by organised criminal gangs in Guatemala and create a culture of peace.
You could improve the health care and vaccinations for vulnerable young children living in rural Kenya.
These little piggies will go to market to help a poor rural farmer in Cambodia support and feed their family.
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