Would you send your child to a school which spent just £15 a year on each student? That's the situation faced by the two thirds of Zambians who live below the poverty line.
Around the world, big businesses are dodging their taxes. This costs developing countries much more money than they receive in aid each year, money that is urgently needed to pay for education and healthcare.
Increasing tax revenues is an essential, sustainable source of funding for developing countries – so they can invest in reducing poverty and become less dependent on aid.
Help make big business pay its fair share: tell the UK government that it is time big business stopped tax dodging and paid its fair share.