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    What happens after disaster hits?

    Recovery has begun in Nepal. You can support IDEX's partners through our Nepal Recovery and Resilience Fund.

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    Celebrating 30 years!

    We could not have reached 30 years without the dedication and generosity of supporters like you!

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    South Africa rocked by violence

    IDEX's partner, the Whole World Women Association, builds bridges between refugees and migrants in South Africa and the communities where they live.

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    Impunity in Guerrero

    "It didn’t cost them anything to take their lives away..." An IDEX partner reflects from Mexico.

IDEX invests in the grassroots leaders in the Global South who are solving our world's most pressing problems and creating lasting, transformative change - a world with...

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Food Sovereignty

...where everyone has access to healthy and sustainably grown food.

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Alternative Economies

...in which all communities not only have economic security, but prosperity.

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Environmental Justice

...with healthy and equitable ecosystems that can sustain an abundance of life.

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Our Community

"IDEX truly focuses on helping grassroots groups build sustainable organizations that are dedicated to empowering community members." ~Kellye Denton, a long-term IDEX volunteer

"IDEX goes to the most remote and neglected places and finds organizations that don’t yet have the kind of funding they need, but have potential to grow." ~Susan Kahn, IDEX supporter

"IDEX’s work felt even more ‘real’ to me while visiting their partner ASHA in Nepal. I could see how effective they are in providing grassroots leaders with the fuel to do even more." ~Ravi Agarwal, IDEX donor

"My experience as a donor and volunteer for IDEX has been an education in values-driven philanthropy." ~Jonah Silas Sheridan, IDEX donor and volunteer

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South African farmers mar...

Excerpts from Biowatch South Africa’s June 2015 newsletter.
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Have you hugged a farmer ...

Sasha Rabsey reflects from South Africa on “true organic farming.”
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Creating partnerships wit...

An interview with IDEX’s Trishala Deb by Meher Gandevia of the Center for Advancement of …

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“Be kind, not nice”: ...

A guest post by Amika Dayal of the Tarsadia Foundation on the 2015 IDEX Academy.