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PRESS RELEASE: "Zero tolerance on family violence", ChildFund PNG

High profile rugby player and brave ​domestic abuse survivor Debbie Kaore has gone public about a vicious assault on her this month by her partner, highlighting the issue of domestic violence in Papua New Guinea.

No age too young to leave a legacy for children

Whether you're younger or older, you clearly care about helping children (that's why you're reading this). Making the decision to leave a bequest in your will that one day will help lots of children can be for any adult Kiwi.

You can look after tomorrow's children today

Supporters have been asking us how they, even after they are gone, can keep on helping children. The good news is that leaving a bequest is easy.

Tax rebate time for you

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.

Together with ChildFund we can make a difference

“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.

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 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.

ChildFund hotline helping people affected by PNG earthquakes

The ChildFund 1-Tok Kaunselin Lain has been providing crisis counselling to people in Southern Highlands and Enga Provinces