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Three things I observed while travelling in Sri Lanka
Our Programme Officer shares her experience visiting ChildFund New Zealand communities
An amazing moment, learning about the impact of sponsorship
Our colleague shares her first-hand experience visiting ChildFund Sri Lanka project areas
ChildFund’s domestic violence hotline responds to PNG emergency
ChildFund New Zealand's Programme Coordinator shares from her recent visit to Papua New Guinea
5 Interesting Facts About The Moringa Tree
Learn more about this amazing miracle tree and all its health benefits
The Gender-based Violence Hotline Project, Papua New Guinea
ChildFund undertook midterm or end line evaluations of the Gender-based Violence Hotline Project, Papua New Guinea in the 2016/2017 financial year.
The Luangwa Integrated Agriculture Project, Zambia
ChildFund undertook midterm or end line evaluations of the Luangwa Integrated Agriculture Project, Zambia in the 2016/2017 financial year.
The Building Resilience Project in Emali, Kenya
ChildFund undertook midterm or end line evaluations of the Building Resilience Project in Emali, Kenya in the 2016/2017 financial year.
Update of our Agriculture, Dairy and Economic Development project in Emali, Kenya
Learn more about the ongoing work we're doing in Emali with dairy, crop and poultry farmers.
Visiting your sponsored child: Mark meeting Thuy in Vietnam
Do you have a sponsored child? Would like to visit them in their hometown? Read about Mark's experience, meeting his sponsored child for the first time.