Find Your Feet

Health Poverty Action and Find Your Feet have recently formed a partnership that will help both charities to combine and grow their global work on health and livelihoods.

As the funding landscape changes, smaller NGOs like Find Your Feet are finding it necessary to explore new ways of working in order to secure the long term sustainability of their work.

By partnering with us, Find Your Feet is ensuring their work will continue to be as strong as ever in the future as a part of Health Poverty Action.

Health Poverty Action and Find Your Feet share many of the same key values, and the complementary nature of our work makes this a strong partnership. Find Your Feet works with rural families in Asia and Africa to grow enough food so they don’t go hungry, to strengthen their voice so they can speak out against injustice and to earn enough money so they can find their feet.

Health Poverty Action believes poor health is not a purely medical issue, but is strongly linked to social and political factors. We have always worked on the various social issues that impact on health, from helping communities grow the nutritious foods they need to keep their families healthy, to supporting girls through school to make sure they get a good education.

The factors that impact on health are broad and complex, so our work fits well with the food and livelihoods work that Find Your Feet do. By sharing our expertise we will be able to work together to create stronger, more holistic health and livelihoods projects that will directly benefit the communities we work with.

We will also be strengthening one another financially by sharing management and governance structures to increase efficiency. This cost sharing technique allows us to get even better value out of the generous donations we receive from our supporters.

We look forward to working with Find Your Feet, helping us get ever closer to securing health for all in a just world.

To find out more about Find Your Feet, you can visit their website here:

 

 

If you have any further questions about the new partnership, please get in touch with a.betts@healthpovertyaction.org


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