How to benefit from UK Aid Match funding
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How to benefit from UK Aid Match funding

12 Sep 2014

WaterAid’s first match-funded appeal, the Big Dig, raised £2.5m in three months to improve access to safe water and sanitation in Malawi. This summer, the charity launched To be a Girl, which also has UK Aid Match funding. Jennie York shares tips on winning and making the most of the scheme.

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