Our campaign is calling for the Isle of Man government to spend 0.1% GDP on international development, making a huge difference to the lives of men, women, and children across the world living below the poverty line.
In the video below our fantastic volunteers and supporters tell you why they support the campaign.
In 2004 the Isle of Man committed to spending 0.7% of GNI on international development, but currently only spends 0.07%, 10 times less.
You have the power to send a message and tell decision makers that 0.07% of our money is not enough to help the world’s poorest people. The politicians in Tynwald are elected by us, so your voice matters when they are deciding how to spend our money. So please, stand with us, and start your support for our campaign by writing to your MHK and calling on the government to honour its promises and increase international development funds to 0.1% in 2013.