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Emali start-up thanks to child sponsors

​Lydia always dreamed of starting her own business and now, with support from ChildFund New Zealand sponsors, she has!

Sponsorship Programme Update: Batticaloa, Sri Lanka

Hot off the press. Read the latest update on how your monthly support is helping children in need to thrive in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka.

Become a sign of hope ...

I’m honoured to share with you the incredible example of Joan Murphy who has left a bequest to help children, writes ChildFund New Zealand CEO Paul Brown.

VIDEO: CEO update September

ChildFund New Zealand CEO Paul Brown says thank you so very much for your continued support. Because of you our programmes helping children continue in the dedicated communities we work in, alongside COVID-19 response.

PACIFIC HUMANITARIAN PRESS RELEASE: ChildFund Kiribati led quick actions in preventing COVID-19

When the news of the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world in March, ChildFund Kiribati kicked into action leading local efforts to raise awareness about preventing the spread. Five months on and despite Kiribati having one of the busiest international ports for fishing vessel entry, the country remains COVID-19 free.

Kiribati youth lead local COVID-19 response

New handwashing stations are being built around Betio by young locals as part of ChildFund Kiribati's ongoing youth project. Now with support of a international partnership, writes Tukatara Tangi.

Programme Update: Emali, Kenya

With thanks to generous Emali child sponsors and monthly givers, a lot is happening there to help children thrive despite the ongoing disruptions from COVID-19.

VIDEO: ChildFund's work goes onward and upward

Despite New Zealand again being in level 2 and level 3 restrictions due to COVID-19 and disruptions in our overseas communities, ChildFund's work helping children in need continues.

Programme Update: Timor-Leste

With thanks to generous supporters who give monthly to help children, young people, families and communities in Timor-Leste, 60 young people there are accessing what they need to be future community leaders.