Posted: December 2015
£10 could pay for 20 chickens and two weeks of feed, together with training in chicken rearing. This start-up support will help two vulnerable women to create new livelihoods in India. As a special offer, you get two cards with the gift to send to two loved ones. The Methodist Church's partner is READ based in Odisha India. Their focus is working with women in one of the poorest states in India to overcome the challenge of poverty and discrimination. To buy the gift, click here to go to the All We Can website.
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