News & Blog Posts
For us at Salt of the Earth, there have been many changes and I have some news to share with you...
SOTE have always supported innovative projects which address the needs of those living in rural poverty. In September, we started a pilot project with CRUSADE which aims to help 100 adolescent girls to identify if they are suffering from anaemia and offer treatment and guidance.
Last August I travelled to Tamil Nadu to meet SOTE’s project partners and visit the projects we support.
Salt of the Earth strongly believes in strengthening the capacity of the project partners in India and together, SOTE and MASARD want to build a Rural Development Centre (RDC).
Read about the project work that CRUSADE, SOTE's partner organisation, has been delivering in the last six months.
Read about the project work that MASARD, SOTE's partner organisation, has been delivering.
Read about the projects SOTE have supported in the last six months at the CARE Foundation.
This year’s theme for World Diabetes Day is women and diabetes – our right to a healthy future. There are 199 million women in the world who are living with diabetes and this is forecasted to increase substantially within the next 20 years.
A fundraising event was held at Chef & Spice Restaurant, on Hinckley Road, Leicester on Tuesday 12th September to raise money for SOTE.
This year’s theme for UNESCO’s International Literacy Day is “Literacy in Digital World”, which highlights that although we are living in a ‘digital era’ and great progress has been made in terms of digital technology; 758 million adults and 243 million out-of-school children do not possess basic literacy skills.