'Half the Sky' takes it names from the New York Times best-selling book written by Pulitzer Prize winners, Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. Turning oppression into opportunity for women.
'More 4 Me' won the Times Square Audience Award at the New York International Film Festival for best documentary. Filmaker Lincoln Fenner is being hailed as Australian's answer to Michael Moore.
Day Trust assists grass roots organisations in the development of sustainable learning centres for marginalised girls in India.
We also strongly believe in local people delivering local solutions. These people know exactly what is required on the ground, and we want to help them to achieve their own goals.
Working with our charity partners in India, we support them to become self-funded and legally registered charities. Our goal is to assist these organisations to become fully independent and sustainable charities; ultimately removing ourself from the equation.
At Daya Trust we believe in opening doors for girls, both in India and New Zealand. We help them to access a wider vision for their lives, and encourage them to achieve what they hope and dream for.
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