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Help us reduce poverty, suffering and distress in Ethiopia and give hope to some of the country's poorest communities.  By providing medical care, local schools, clean water and support to farmers and their families, your donation can help them fight poverty and build a better future.

As a small charity we rely on voluntary donations from individuals, in the form of one-off donations and regular giving, in order to transform the lives of Ethiopia's most isolated villages.  Giving regularly means we have a reliable income which allows us to plan our work for the long term.

Even a small contribution can help rural families lift themselves out of poverty and take control of their lives.

Gift Aid Logo If you pay UK income tax or capital gains tax, using Gift Aid means that for every pound you give, we will receive an extra 28p from the HM Revenue & Customs, helping each donation go further at no extra cost to you.  If you are eligible, please complete a Gift Aid Declaration Form if you wish to donate by cheque, or tick the Gift Aid box when donating by credit card.
  Ways to Donate or make a Payment  
  By Cheque:

If you would like to make a donation or pay for an item by cheque, please make your cheque payable to International Development Partnerships and send it (with a note of the purpose of your payment) to:

International Development Partnerships
2 Sutherland Court
Marylands Road
W9 2DT

** Please be aware that cheques in currencies other than UK Sterling attract a very high processing fee (£20 or more per cheque), so this method is impractical for small amounts.
  By Credit Card:

You can make a donation by credit card through our donation partner  Simply click on the 'Make a Donation' button on the right and enter your details with confidence using their secure website.  After completing your details, please tick the "Gift Aid" box if you are eligible to Make a Donation buttonpay UK Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax, thank you.

In the box marked "Donation Comment ", please enter your name and contact details (we will not pass your details on to any third party).

  Through PayPal:

If you would lilke to make a donation through PayPal, simply click the 'Donate' button below.  On the next page there is a place to enter the amount you are paying and a login screen for your PayPal account.  In the box marked "Add special instructions to the seller", please enter your name and contact details (we will not pass your details on to any third party).

Use the following link to see whether you can use PayPal if you are in a country other than the United Kingdom.  Countries served by PayPal.



    Your GIFT can help in so many ways:
   Help for HEALTH
  •   £10 could provide mosquito nets for a
      family to help protect their health and
      provide peace of mind.
  •   £15 can provide immunisation to protect
      a child for life against the six leading child
      diseases: measles, polio, diptheria,
      whooping cough, tetanus and tuberculosis.
  •   £1000 could buy a 20ft sea container to
      ship medical equipment for health centres.
   Help for SCHOOLS
  •   £5 could provide a schoolchild with paper
      and pens to encourage learning.
  •   £10 could provide all the things a child
      needs to go to school - as well as
      pencils and paper, it would provide a
      uniform, school fees and a daily meal.
  •   £100 pays a teacher's salary for a term.
  •   20 could provide pipes, pumps or tanks
      to help set up or maintain a safe water
      supply to a school or clinic.
  •   500 could pay for digging a well to
      provide clean, safe water for a village.
   Help for FARMERS
  •   £10 pays for essential tools for a
      farming family to cultivate their land.
  •   £20 could buy a Wormery which will
      provide a reliable source of compost and
      help to improve the soil.
  •   £200 can help a group of farmers buy
      an ox to help plough their fields.
   Help for the ENVIRONMENT
  •   £30 could buy 500 tree seedlings, their
      roots would help to conserve the soil
      that is used to grow crops.
  •   £1000 could set up a tree nursery
      helping protect the environment and
      providing employment for villagers.
  •   £50 could provide a rural monastery
      with a secure store for fragile manuscripts.
  •   £100 could pay for basic training in
      conservation techniques to help preserve
      historic artefacts.
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