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The Heroes at the Front Line of Kenya's Drought
Read how healthcare worker Cecelia and her team are working tirelessly to save young lives in drought stricken Kenya.
Climate change threatens the world's most vulnerable
Kiwis help thousands of Sri Lankan kids succeed at school
Read how caring New Zealanders are helping thousands of children in Sri Lanka reach their dreams through access to better education and learning.
A Kiwi businessman's life-changing trip to Sri Lanka
Read about a Tauranga man's visit to his sponsored child in Sri Lanka after 25 years of supporting ChildFund
“You can see now…there’s no food, no water. Nothing."
Read Jake Lyell's report from his time in a community ravaged by drought in Kenya.
A dream come true for Martha and her family
Martha and her sister have more time to study and play now that they don't have to walk several kilometres every day to the river for water.
Young people in Timor-Leste are beginning successful careers
Thanks to the support of kind Kiwis, young people are able to break into the job market in Timor-Leste
Better sanitation for families in Cao Bang, Vietnam
Read how Kim, aged 11, is now safe from harm now that she and her family have access to a latrine!
Emergency roof repair for Chiriwe primary school
Read how, thanks to Kiwis showing their support, Chiriwe primary school in Zambia has received emergency roof repair after a devastating storm.