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Ravaging drought takes heavy toll on Kenyan women, children

A woman scoops water in a dry riverbed near Kataboi village in remote Turkana in northern Kenya. (c) Marisol Grandon/Department for International Development

Rwanda: Childfund Rwanda Opens a Preschool in Jabana Sector

'Pass It Back' Cup in Belfast proves inspirational

Girls like these traveled to Belfast to play in the Pass It Back Cup.

Telephone counseling saves lives

ChildFund Papua New Guinea's telephone counseling service received more than 5,000 calls last year. Photo by Vlad Sokhin.

There are significant economic benefits for developing nations by sending children to school instead of work

Young boys work as porters instead of going to school in Darjeeling, India. Photo by Pavel Svoboda Photography

ChildFund India is combating child labour, trafficking, and marriage across 14 states

Gambia: Childfund Country Director Assures Promotion, Protection of Children in Gambia

© ChildFund The Gambia

Q&A: Richard Geeves on the challenges and possibilities for education in Myanmar

ChildFund’s projects in Myanmar are implemented in partnership with local civil society organizations, including the Monastic Education Development Group.
  1. ChildFund Australia brings direct sponsorship to the community

    ChildFund Australia (index.php?option=com_content view=article id=18 catid=11) was facing a conundrum. For years, the organization had funded much of its development wo…

  2. ChildFund provides opportunity

    BELFAST, Northern Ireland—Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 is set to inspire young female rugby players from disadvantaged communities in Asia, with the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU), Worl…

  3. Endast 0,6 procent av världens bistånd går till att stoppa våld mot barn

    Idag släpps den internationella rapporten Counting Pennies som för första gången visar hur mycket av det totala biståndet i världen som går till att bekämpa våld mot barn. Varje år d…

  4. Former reporter dedicates later years to children’s welfare

    It’s a truism that children are our future. For Lee Je-hoon, it’s a principle guiding his life. The 77-year old has been CEO of …

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