DONE is Changing the Lives of the Poorest, Most Vulnerable Women and Children, Both in the UK and Across Sub-Saharan Africa.
We change lives for good by focusing on five key areas of work to cut poverty off its roots.
Click the links below to find out more about how we’re providing tools for sustainable change to poor and disadvantage people.
Everyone no matter where they are born deserves a chance to quality education. But for 67 million children around the world, girls in particular, such possibilities do not exist.
At the heart of the global effort to fight poverty is building healthy communities. Done fights poverty by helping to build a healthy foundation to improve maternal, new-born.
Empowering Women And Girls
With limited social economic and educational opportunities, millions of women and girls around the world are in danger of abuse, exploitation and violence.
The number of people affected by humanitarian crisis has almost double in the past decade. Poor countries are four times likely than rich ones to experience major conflicts.
Climate change is increasing scarcity of resources, including water and productive farm land in some of the world’s most vulnerable and impoverished regions.
Helping UK’s Deprived Groups
We are committed to improving the conditions for economic, social and cultural integration of minority ethnic communities who have difficulties in integrating in the UK society.