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Apoya Nuestra Organización Benéfica

CAMBIANDO VIDAS

Con el apoyo de Comic Relief, hemos trabajado en Swazilandia desde 2010.

"El proyecto ha roto las barreras entre los blancos y los negros, las barreras entre los millonarios y los pobres, las barreras a los mercados para los emprendedores".

Raymond Mhishi - Artesano

SABIENDO QUE LOS NEGOCIOS ROMPEN BARRERAS

La Fundación Shared Interest cambia vidas en el mundo en desarrollo al romper el ciclo de la pobreza a través de la creación de negocios resistentes.

Creemos que ayudar a alguien a construir un negocio sólido es una forma sostenible y respetuosa de luchar contra la pobreza. Es por allo que proporcionamos formación en gestión financiera y ayudamos a construir redes de apoyo en comunidades rurales desfavorecidas.

Hemos trabajado en varios países desde 2004, ayudando a las personas a crear una vida mejor para su familia y comunidad.

Covid-19 Statement

As the impact of Covid-19 continues to develop across the world, we are met with new challenges that test our resilience as a charity. Our thoughts go out to those suffering and we thank those on the front line who are supporting us all during the crisis.

The Shared Interest team has adapted seamlessly to remote working, to ensure we continue to support producers and their wider communities; helping them to increase their resilience and overcome hardship.

We continue to deliver projects in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Nicaragua, working closely with our in-country partners, monitoring the situation on the ground and delivering our support in a safe and secure way.

In addition to restrictions on movement and trade, producers are also dealing with floods, droughts and delayed harvests, which are threatening livelihoods and increasing household food insecurity.  In direct response to these very challenging times, we are re-launching our Livelihood and Security Fund to help producers in Africa and Latin America to meet their basic needs and support income levels during and beyond the Covid-19 crisis. You can read more here.