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Landscape in Ethiopia of the opportunity for youth project
17/06/2022

Growing opportunities for youth in Ethiopia

Our work in Ethiopia is inspiring and engaging young people in environmental land management and ent…

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09/06/2022

Who are Light Mothers and how are they fighting hunger in Burundi?

My name is Ladislas, and I am a project facilitator for the Gender and Nutrition Centred Agriculture…

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30/05/2022

An interview with Charles Dowding - No Dig Gardening

What is No Dig? “Be calm outside, work with nature, reap the rewards. No Dig is about doing less and…

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17/05/2022

From growing nutritious food to reducing family violence

A recent report shows how our work contributes to a reduction in Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in …

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03/05/2022

Improving Nutrition for Women and Children in Kenya

The four lessons learnt during the implementation of the Improving Nutrition project, from the persp…

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A woman speaking in front of a crowd
14/04/2022

How does a small charity have a big impact?

Ripple Effect ramps up to a bold ambition – and our new name is all about how we're going to achieve…

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16/03/2022

2021 My Year at Ripple Effect – By Doug Statt

A 12-month International Development Internship funded by Jersey Overseas Aid

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Charity Ripple Effect at 10 Downing Street handing in climate crisis petition in the lead up to COP26
09/03/2022

UK Government responds to Ripple Effect's climate crisis petition

We recognise that now, more than ever, there is a need for action to create solutions to the climate…

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07/03/2022

Women and water

Water. You would hardly think that such a vital human resource is gendered: men and women – we all n…

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21/01/2022

Enset: BBC asks if it could be a wondercrop, but it can lead to malnutrition

A third of the population of Ethiopia – 30 million people – live below the poverty line, earning les…

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