Ecologia staff member Rachel recently visited our newest project partner Growing2gether working alongside teenagers and young children at a school in Inverness. She described to us what she witnessed that morning.
Thanks to your support, many more children can now go to school and have people caring for them.
Please take a moment to read our 2016 Christmas Appeal by our CEO Liza Hollingshead.
Around the world, rural women face inequality when it comes to access to services, resources and education. The empowerment of women globally is an urgent requirement to help bring about an end to extreme poverty and discrimination. In Kenya alone, women provide 80% of all farm labour.
Without doubt, we believe our child sponsorship programme is great – and we’ve seen how impactful it is, both for the sponsor and for the children. So, we decided to make a list of reasons why you should sponsor a child through Ecologia, to show you just how valuable it is.
Myanmar’s Inle Lake watershed area is a beautiful heritage site with a unique eco-system. However, it has suffered increasing environmental damage due to overuse of chemical fertilisers and pressure from increased tourism. Ma Kyin Htwe explains how the eco-farming training funded by Ecologia has proved a turning point, for herself and her community.
He’s been running 4 months, from Findhorn in Moray anti-clockwise along the British coast, and is now just over the border in England. He’s also almost halfway to his fundraising goal of £10,000. Simon’s run continues…
On Easter Sunday, Ecologia’s intrepid coastal runner, Simon Clark, set off from our base in Findhorn, Morayshire, on a 5,000 mile run around the wiggly edge of mainland Britain. Despite a cold, blustery wind many people gathered to send him off.
On Easter Sunday, Simon Clark, Ecologia’s intrepid adventurer will set off on an epic 5,000 mile run around Britain’s wiggly, jiggerdy coast to celebrate Ecologia Youth Trust’s 20th Anniversary and raise £10,000 to support our work with disadvantaged children.
Volunteering in Kenya provides an opportunity not only to experience an amazing country, its culture and people, but to make a difference to some of those affected most by poverty as well as HIV/AIDS.
Have you heard about the Global Goals? On September 25th the United Nations launched a set of 17 ambitious goals for World Leaders to achieve three extraordinary things by 2030. End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. Find out more.