13 January 2020
Economic Justice Adviser Alvic Padilla introduces a new report on tax breaks, explaining how they can harm development and what can be done
13 January 2020
How women in Malawi are tackling energy poverty through sustainable businesses and speaking out.
09 January 2020
With traditional harvests proving vulnerable to climate change, farmers in Dumba, Angola, have been trialing a new cash crop, with promising results
29 November 2019
As the world's governments meet in Madrid for the 25th UN Climate Change conference, Senior Theological Adviser Bob Kikuyu reflects on the need to stand for creation and raise our voices for climate justice
07 November 2019
Following a recent meeting between citizens and duty bearers to discuss the health needs of the most vulnerable groups in society, we share the successes.
05 November 2019
The Primary Health Care programme in Kayin State in Myanmar aims to improve health care services and to empower communities in addressing health issues. These are the experiences of a health care worker in one of the villages in this programme.
29 October 2019
After setting up her own successful village bakery, Rosa and her fellow entrepreneurs in Angola have created a crisis fund to help neighbours facing hard times.
23 October 2019
More than 100 church denominations and faith-based organisations worldwide have joined forces to stand in solidarity with those in the Amazon region.
15 October 2019
As the World Humanitarian Action Forum takes place in Istanbul, Michael Mosselmans, Head of Humanitarian Policy and Practice takes a look at progress made and expectations for the meeting.
10 October 2019
On International Day of the Girl Child we are celebrating the determination of thousands of girls globally who are rewriting their futures in Malawi.
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