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RADIO: CEO Paul Brown gives on air down low on our work in the Pacific and MFAT partnership

This week Radio Rhema's Andrew Urquhart interviewed our CEO Paul Brown about the work we are doing to help achieve better outcomes for children, young people, families and communities in the Pacific

ChildFund New Zealand and MFAT partnership to have a positive impact in Pacific communities and Southeast Asia

A new $11.2m partnership will reach more than 100,000 children and youth to create meaningful, lasting change and help them thrive

SPONSOR STORY: "We were amazed at what ChildFund did with the sponsorship money"

For ChildFund New Zealand sponsors Rob Hunter and Gina Kamerbeek-Hunter a trip to Emali, Kenya was not only to meet one of their three sponsored children but to see first-hand the HUGE impact sponsorship has in the community. From seeing tomatoes in harvest to meeting Maureen the high-fat milk producing cow to seeing a resource centre under construction.

Advocacy in Emali against female genital mutilation

Supporting awareness and advocacy against inhumane practices is one of the ways ChildFund New Zealand, with thanks to your support, works with communities and local partners to create safer communities for children.

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.

VIDEO: ChildFund moves to Wynyard Quarter, Auckland's Innovation Precinct

After 23 years on Albert Street, ChildFund has a new home at GridAKL

SPONSOR'S STORY: Child sponsorship is part of our family's journey

"We have enjoyed watching children other than our own grow and have dreams of their own."

ChildFund’s Road Maps paving better futures for children

ChildFund New Zealand’s unique Road Map approach to supporting communities in becoming self-reliant is about a community in need having a self-devised strategic plan with clear goals, measurable outcomes and a time frame.

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.