Thrive works on women’s and girls’ rights, the climate and environment, and careful language, communications and media.
Climate change, women's and girls' rights, international tension and pandemics are the most critical matters that humanity faces. Climate change affects all of us, and it is urgent that we do what we can to tackle it and reduce its impact. Governments must make it easier for all of us to reduce our outputs of carbon and greenhouse gases.
Thrive’s directors are based in Scotland, Malawi and Cameroon.
- Thrive started work in 2017, developing community forestry in 21 Malawian schools.
- Next we helped a Malawian rice-farmers’ association join the World Fair Trade Organisation.
- Our third project is a video in 2021 from people in Malawi affected by climate change (see below video).
- Our fourth project helps 5 Scottish Fair Trade organisations optimise their relations with their suppliers.
- A future project may be on how the media talks about other countries.
- Thrive promotes women and girls; most of our people are women.
- Thrive promotes measures to reduce climate change.
- Thrive aims to be thoughtful in the language that we use.
- Thrive people work with minimum office costs: we are working to reduce poverty.
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Scotland’s International Development Alliance
Scotland’s International Development Alliance is the representative membership body for the international development sector in Scotland.
Eco-Congregation Scotland is a movement of Scottish church congregations, of all denominations and none, committed to addressing environmental issues through their life and mission.
Creative Carbon Scotland
Creative Carbon Scotland is a charity working with individuals, cultural organisations and non-cultural organisations working on both carbon emissions reduction and climate change adaptation to forge a sustainable, equitable, climate-adapted Scotland.
Abundant Borders has a mission to alleviate food insecurity by encouraging people to grow their own food in a climate and environmentally friendly way, using the principles of permaculture.
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