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Victorine (pictured left), a single mother, was struggling to provide food and housing for her children because she could not grow enough crops. After taking part in an agricultural training course funded by MRDF, Victorine developed a range of new skills. She started her own pig and goat farm and is now a successful businesswoman. She has improved her income so much that she can now grow and afford enough food for her family. Victorine has completely transformed her family’s life and is helping many others to do the same by sharing her expertise with other groups; her story shows what is possible with a little investment.
Why give every month?
By giving regularly, you will help us to plan effectively and make long-term commitments to people living in poverty because we have an income we can rely on.
Alternatively, download a Direct Debit form to print, complete and return to MRDF.
Our work in Cameroon is just one example of what your regular donation could make possible. Your gifts will be directed to where the need is greatest. For example:
£5 a month, over one year, trains a woman in Nepal to set up and run a small business, empowering her with skills so she can earn an income.
£10 a month, over a year, trains four masons in Uganda to work with local communities to build and maintain water sources, toilets and rainwater collection jars.
£20 a month, over a year, provides eight women in Ethiopia with a bee hive, enabling them to join a honey co-operative and earn an income
Set up your regular gift now, and gain the peace of mind that each month your money will be put to work in some of the world's poorest communities.
Giving by Direct Debit saves MRDF time and money, but if you would prefer to give by Standing Order please call us on 020 7467 5132.
Alternatively, find out more about giving regularly through payroll giving.