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November 19th is World Toilet Day, a day that celebrates toilets and raises awareness of the 4.2 billion people living without access to safe sanitation. It’s about taking action to tackle the global sanitation crisis and achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. A large part of Compassion’s work is partnering with churches […]
At last, the rain has stopped, and the air is filled with fog. A silent mist envelops the morning sky—the sign of winter approaching. The end of the year is near. But, as the days pass, there is still no sign of baby Sathinee’s parents returning. Just like the winter fog, discouragement hangs over Muchunu’s home.
With two young boys, a baby on the way and no hope of work, Hanna was ready to give up on life—until the gift of vegetable seeds changed everything.
Brian, Francis and Achille are thriving after receiving life-saving medical interventions made possible by generous Compassion supporters.
Did you hear? The 2020 Gifts of Compassion gift guide is here! This year, your gifts matter more than ever, as millions of children are pushed deeper into poverty because of the COVID-19 crisis. There are so many great gifts! If you don’t know where start, try one of these favourites. ____ Chickens – $40 “We […]
Sharon was one of two million students preparing to write Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education final exams this year. These exams define students’ futures, influencing their entry into university. For Sharon, these exams were the next step towards her goal of pursuing a law degree. You can imagine her anxiety when her entire school year […]
Every day, sweet sisters Genesis and Jazlen walk their family’s pigs across the dusty, arid land of their community. They carry a bucket of food scraps for the pigs and watch over them as they feed on the town’s plants and waste. The pigs have given Genesis and Jazlen’s family a new path forward since their livelihood was snatched from them by the COVID-19 crisis just a few short months ago.
On the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, we’re shining a light on those most vulnerable to the COVID-19 crisis: children living in poverty.
It’s World Food Day, and we’re celebrating the sustainable farming initiatives of a Compassion centre in Indonesia who is supporting families without food sources because of COVID-19, through teaching catfish and vegetable farming.
What does life look like for a 12-year-old girl around the world? Are the challenges Ariane faces in the islands of the Philippines the same as those troubling Esther in the foothills of Arusha, Tanzania? In rural Colombia, does Dayana enjoy the activities that Shamika loves across the ocean in Haiti? Do they have same […]