Avoiding Famine in East Africa 22 May 2024

Avoiding Famine in East Africa

East Africa is on the brink of famine due to severe drought, but with immediate aid and sustainable farming support, the crisis can be averted.
 

The government has announced widespread support from Kiwis for proposed modern slavery law 8 September 2022

The government has announced widespread support from Kiwis for proposed modern slavery law

The Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment (MBIE) received more than 5,600 submissions and has released a summary of the feedback received on their legislative proposal.

Motherhood around the world as seen through the lens of nine female humanitarian photographers. 8 May 2024

Motherhood around the world as seen through the lens of nine female humanitarian photographers.

Tearfund asked female humanitarian photographers from New Zealand and around the world, to share their favourite empowering image and story of a mother who left a lasting impression on them. 

Former Kiwi cop combatting Thailand's dark underworld 20 January 2022

Former Kiwi cop combatting Thailand's dark underworld

Matthew Valentine spent 14-years of his life as a detective with the New Zealand Police. Little did he know his passion for fighting crime would take him to the streets of Thailand working for an organisation fighting human trafficking. 

Four kids in South America describe their happy place 25 March 2024

Four kids in South America describe their happy place

From a desert in northern Columbia to a rainforest in Peru, these sponsored children live in diverse and challenging communities. But amid daily hardships, these four children find beauty in where they live.  

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