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Agriculture and Climate Change edit The importance of smallholder farms and sustainability

  Sustainability. It’s a word that is talked about a lot in development. That’s because many organisations like IRT recognise that projects we implement need to stay in communities for the long term to truly improve people’s lives. Sustainable agricultural practices are important to the farmers IRT supports, but generally for the planet as well. […]

Poverty Poverty: The main obstacle to development

While IRT and countless other charities focus on access to education, clean water and improved sanitation practices, one major issue remains. Poverty. Poverty is the original source of suffering that is preventing millions of people to improve their livelihoods. At IRT, we want to support the communities we work with to lift themselves out of […]

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Corporate

De La Rue team training

We chose IRT because they stay and help people even after the cameras have left. The projects are for long term sustainability. IRT give people resources for life so that the work continues when the charity leaves.De La Rue from Basingstoke

Fundraiser

Tim running Bath Half Marathon

I finished with a time of 1:43:16 which I was really really happy with. It was a pleasure to run it for such a good cause.Tim from Bath

Volunteer

Chloe

IRT does a fantastic job supporting refugees, returnees and IDPs worldwide. It has been an absolute pleasure to work here!Chloe from London

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