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ChildFund’s domestic violence hotline responds to PNG emergency

ChildFund New Zealand's Programme Coordinator shares from her recent visit to Papua New Guinea

7 things you helped us achieve in 2017

Read about the ways your donations made a difference in 2017!

ChildFund responds to floods in Sri Lanka

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.

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.

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.

A healthy future for Teddy

Read how a single mum in Emali, Kenya no longer has to worry about her children falling sick now they have access to safe, free healthcare thanks to Kiwi support!

Five Year Old Rose's Message to Kiwis

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:

Building toilets to improve health in rural Vietnam

In a country like New Zealand, it's difficult to imagine what life would be like without a toilet in our home. But for 2.4 billion people around the world, this is their reality – making it a daily challenge to stay well and keep their children healthy. In the rural north of Vietnam, ChildFund is helping to tackle this issue by raising awareness of good hygiene practices and supporting families to build their own toilets. This is Ti's story.