She is the answer: UK Aid Match explained

What is Aid Match and She is the answer

Donations and how they work 

About Cambodia

Our focus on women and girls

Food, environment and climate change 

UK Government and UK Aid 

Climate crisis and the UK

Safeguarding

If we haven’t answered your question here, please feel free to contact us on email supportercontact@actionaid.org or call us on 01460 238000.

She is the answer was a special ActionAid campaign backed by the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) under its UK Aid Match initiative.

Between 5 March and 4 June 2021, the UK Government matched your donations, to fund the work of local women's champions in Cambodia to help women fight against climate change. 

We raised an incredible £2.26m including £1.08m of match funding from the UK government.

Samphy Eng is a Programme Quality Officer at ActionAid Cambodia

We cannot thank UK supporters enough for their generous donation to the "She is the Answer” climate change appeal. Your support paves a more significant path for our women's champions' initiative to achieve their ultimate goal by ensuring that sustainable and gender-just solutions are reached in tackling the climate crisis!”

Samphy Eng, Programme Quality Officer, ActionAid Cambodia.

ActionAid's She is the answer campaign told the stories of women and girls living in the world’s poorest countries who are among the least responsible for the changing climate - yet they feel its impacts the most. 

Find out more about the She is the answer appeal, what UK Aid Match is, how it works and how your donations to ActionAid will help those affected by climate change.

Footnotes

  • 1 https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/927493/dfid-results-estimates-sector--report-2015-2020-update-16oct20.pdf
  • 2ttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/927493/dfid-results-estimates-sector--report-2015-2020-update-16oct20.pdf
  • 3ttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/927493/dfid-results-estimates-sector--report-2015-2020-update-16oct20.pdf

Top image: Makara, 14, goes fishing with her dad every day before school in Cambodia. Credit: Cindy Liu/ActionAid

Page updated 13 September 2021