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If you only had $1.75 to spend today, what would you buy? 1.2 billion people living in extreme poverty ask themselves this question every single day – the majority of them women and girls. Take the Challenge: Live Below the Line April 27 to May 1, 2015
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Left unchecked, extreme inequality will reverse progress in the fight against poverty and deepen gender discrimination. It's time to Even It Up! Join people around the world calling on their governments to step up and take action to end extreme inequality and support women’s rights.
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While some donors have been generous at the Syria pledging conference, the total aid pledged is less than half the amount needed this year to help people in desperate humanitarian need. Unless more donor countries    ... more
The number of people in need of assistance in Syria and surrounding countries is increasing dramatically, while funding is not keeping up. Oxfam has calculated that nearly half of the world’s top donors didn’t give    ... more


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Noor, Syrian refugee
Noor fled the war in Syria with her husband and two children. She has set up a school in a Syrian refugee settlement, offering free classes to children. 66% of the Syrian refugee children in Lebanon do not go to school, a reality that worries Noor.    ... more
Noor, a Syrian refugee in North Lebanon, decided to turn her tent into a school where she teaches Syrian boys and girls aged 4 to 10 Arabic, English, and sciences.
Ignored Security Council resolutions, escalating conflict and political inertia: Syria’s suffering civilians deserve better. Enormous numbers have had to flee violence in Syria. People of all political persuasion, ages, religious belief and background. Their views    ... more
Walking the Talk - Behind the Brands
Behind the Brands ranks the Big 10 food and beverage companies on transparency, women, agricultural workers, farmers, land, water and climate change. The Big 10 continue to thrive while many small-scale producers and agricultural workers struggle to sustain their    ... more