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4th Floor LMC
Business Wing
38-44 Whitechapel Road
E1 1JX
Call Us: 020 7118 0777 Reg Charity no: 1157117


Muntada Aid's livelihoods programme is to empower women and communities by providing them with training and resources to build lives within their local ecosystems.

What Do We Do?

We invest in small scale farmers and women in Africa.

Goat Rearing

Initially, Muntada Aid provide five animals (goats) to farmers in rural communities in Niger. Besides receiving the animals, farmers also acquire basic training to look after goats. We quarterly check on families to see how they are doing and how we can further help their economic situation if needed.

How You Can Help? 

£325 -Will provide a farming family with 5 goats. 

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Why Goat Rearing?

Goats are excellent animals for more challenging climates and are relatively low-maintenance livestock. They offer an excellent alternative source of income that is reliable year-round. Goats have short reproduction cycles allowing for plenty of opportunity for breeding and providing a vital source of income for farmers, who can sell their milk, meat, butter and hides for profit.

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Seamstress Training

We are providing six-month long training in tailoring to women in Niger. At the start of the training we provide women with sewing machines to help them train and establish their business.

How You Can Help? 

£180- Will provide 6 months training and a sewing machine for one person. 


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4th Floor LMC
Business Wing
38-44 Whitechapel Road
E1 1JX

Reg Charity no: 1157117