You'll be funding innovative market-led farming schemes that are helping people like Raveendren Vimaladevi start over. She and her family fled the fighting in Mannar district years before, only returning to their village in 2010.
"It was very difficult coming back, but we were so lucky that our irrigation system was repaired by Oxfam. And I received training to develop our business, cultivating rice and vegetables, including chilli. We are now milling rice and chilli and are able to employ other farmers."
Not only will your support increase the earning potential of women like Raveendren, but it will also help to improve the status of women across a number of war-affected communities in the Vavuniya and Mannar districts.
What your money can buy
£100 is enough to train 20 people on safe water and hygiene practices.
£60 is enough to train one woman in business skills to plan, establish and manage her own business.
£53 is enough to train a woman to process products and increase their value, such as curd or toffee.
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