Partnership is at the heart of our approach to development.

For 65 years, we’ve worked with individuals and communities, national and international charities, governments and businesses to promote inclusion and end poverty. Through our partnerships, we’ve initiated sustainable agriculture projects that allow Brazilian farmers to live sustainably, rather than existing from meal to meal. We’ve delivered art therapy to traumatised children coping with the effects of conflict in Palestine. We’ve worked alongside local traders and artisans to enable Ghanaian town Bolgatanga to become Africa’s first Fair Trade town, meaning that small businesses can now access a global market. We’ve worked with national and local governments in Ghana to increase access to education for girls, and with disabled people’s organisations and networks in Burkina Faso to remove barriers to social and economic inclusion.

Whether you want to explore a collaborative partnership with your business, or offer your valuable professional skills and experience pro bono, you can be a change-maker.

If your organisation is interested in working with us to make change happen where it is needed most, we want to hear from you.