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Millions of people in the Horn of Africa are facing hunger, displacement and loss of livelihoods due to severe drought in the region. In the affected countries – Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan and Uganda – more than half of those impacted are children.
Monsoon rains in Sri Lanka have caused major flooding and landslides in the southwest of the country. More than 570mm of rain have fallen in some locations.
ChildFund New Zealand's Programme Coordinator shares from her recent visit to Papua New Guinea
On a recent visit to Thailand, we challenged children to find New Zealand on the map.
Read how, thanks to Kiwis showing their support, Chiriwe primary school in Zambia has received emergency roof repair after a devastating storm.
5 year old Rose lives in Emali, Kenya where nearly half of the children her age are malnourished. This brave little girl dreams of becoming a teacher one day, but crippling hunger is holding her back. Some days she comes to school so weak she can barely stand. Read Rose's letter to Kiwis below:
A lack of health information in remote and rural communities in Timor-Leste means many parents are unable to recognise the dangers of childbirth.
A major risk for vulnerable children and young people migrating to a new country is being abused or exploited during the journey or in their new jobs.
ChildFund supporters are helping to fund new school classrooms in Zambia