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The Big Swap
For this year's Fairtrade Fortnight we're asking the nation to join us in The Big Swap. For two whole weeks we'll be asking you to swap your usual stuff for Fairtrade stuff. Your usual bananas for Fairtrade bananas, your usual cotton socks for Fairtrade cotton socks, and your usual cuppa for a Fairtrade cuppa. This means that every time you go shopping, you can use your wallet to make a stand.
http://www.thebigswap.org.uk is the home of all things swap, a hub for all your swapping needs. It tells you how to get involved, what you can swap and most importantly, how to register them. Because we need lots of swaps made. One million and one in fact. Every swap will be proof that the people of the UK want producers in the developing world to get a fairer deal..
On Stage With The Choir - Our Gift To You
An excerpt from the film
Imba Means Sing
. The film follows Angel, Moses and Nina from the slums of Kampala, Uganda through a world tour with the Grammy-nominated African Children's Choir.
Light The Streets
Since 2001, the faith based organization has served thousands of children and families through child sponsorship, education, vocational training and spiritual nurturing. In 2004, our feeding program was established for the estimated seven thousand street children who live in Kigali.
"Africa New Life already had many children that we were sponsoring to go back to school, but these kids were different. I realized that if someone didn't reach out to these kids soon, there was the potential that much of the progress we were making as a nation might be destroyed by these boys as they became men. Men who had learned, through no fault of their own, that no one loved them, no one cared for them and that the only way to survive was to become criminals.
Return To El Salvador
17 years ago, U.N. Peace Accords marked the end of a brutal civil war in El Salvador.
This film is the compelling story of vibrant Salvadoran individuals and communities and the intricate geo-political systems that have so profoundly impacted their lives, making this distant war relevant to a current American audience.
Questions or comments? Email us: hello(at)returntoelsalvador(dot)com
Are You Ready?
Acumen raises charitable donations to invest in companies, leaders, and ideas that are changing the way the world tackles poverty.
Tidal waves grab headlines, but in
we look at theocean’s unyielding, relentless force on our coastlines — where the sea rises up from below, washing over land, eating away at homes, roads... entire communities.
Do The Math
Do The Math is a sort of grassroots sequel to An Inconvenient Truth. In the first film, Gore makes the case that climate change is a future threat that we should be increasingly worried about. In the second, Bill McKibben shows the terrifying math of the existing climate crisis and fight the fossil fuel industry.
In order to survive a small Alaska village is showing the way to fight climate change.
Alexanna Salmon says her small Alaskan village of less than 70 people need the sun and the wind to survive.
Move On Malaria
move on malaria, katakwi district
IMBA Means Sing
MBA MEANS SING is the story of one little boy who is a big star. As the celebrity drummer from the Grammy-nominated African Children’s Choir, Moses relies on his youthful resilience.
Never Alone (Official Launch Trailer)
Delve deeply into the traditional lore of the Iñupiat people of the Arctic for a game experience like no other.
Fair Trade, Kiva Loan
This video follows the path of a $25 loan from London, England to Preak Tamao village, Cambodia. Kiva.org
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