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Thanks to our monthly donors and sponsors, ChildFund is responding to COVID-19 in 60 countries worldwide.
For some mums, it’s a daily struggle just trying to provide the basics for their children like water and food. That's why ChildFund, with your support is working with mums like Suseena in Batticaloa.
Helping her students achieve their goals is what motivates Batticaloa teacher Nitharshini Vijeyakumar and with support from ChildFund she can now do exactly this. Nitharshini shares her story.
With both sadness and excitement we bid farewell to Shona Jennings, who today leaves ChildFund New Zealand and steps into a new role with our Swedish colleagues.
Children are the reason we exist, and we could not impact their lives the way that we do without you. Thank you so very much for your generous support for the year ended 31 March 2020.
World Malaria Day is a reminder that malaria is a major problem in many parts of the world.
After four years, Country Director Rick Steele is leaving ChildFund Kiribati...
“Just as the old Swahili proverb says if you want to go fast, go alone but if you want to go far, go together,” says ChildFund New Zealand sponsor Rachel Le Blanc Smith.
ChildFund reaches out to support Kiwis during COVID-19 lockdown