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ActionAid is an international charity working in over 45 countries. We work with the poorest women and girls in the world, changing their lives for good.

Our local staff provide immediate, hands-on support to women and children living on the margins of survival. Together we demand action at local, national and international level. We don’t walk away until we’ve achieved lasting change.

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How we use the money you give us

For every £1 we spend:

72p is spent on programme activity, including humanitarian and development work

12p is spent on fundraising

9p is spent on support costs (running the organisation)

7p is spent on campaigning for change

Income 2017

These figures are taken from our expenditure in 2016. We’re committed to keeping our supporters happy and being open and honest about how we fundraise. To find out more you can read our supporter promise.

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Mama Feddis stood for election in Kenya last year, so that she could make decisions that would benefit the women in her village.
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#StillMarching: 100 years of votes for women

Alexa Phillips 05 Feb 2018

100 years ago, some women in the UK gained the right to vote for the first time. But we still have a long way to go to ensure women’s voices are heard equally loudly.

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Woman wearing headscarf and ActionAid jacket standing with girl outside an after-school club in the occupied Palestinian territory.
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“I try to give them hope”: supporting girls in Gaza

Feda’a Sobeh 02 Feb 2018

Feda’a works for ActionAid in the occupied Palestinian territory, and has seen first-hand the physical and psychological impacts of war in Gaza on young children, especially girls.

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Footnotes

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Page updated 24 February 2018