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Links to Inspiring inclusion: Five Bolivian mothers challenge norms

Inspiring inclusion: Five Bolivian mothers challenge norms

In the face of hardship, discrimination and poverty, five fearless Bolivian women are defying conventions and challenging stereotypes by thriving in unexpected occupations for females—a bricklayer, a taxi driver, a mine guard, a carpenter and a brickmaker. This International Women’s Day, we want to champion these women and all the women they represent who are […]

date: March 4, 2024
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Links to The significance of a first birthday

The significance of a first birthday

There’s no doubt that a child’s first birthday is an occasion to celebrate. Special gatherings are arranged, babies are dressed in their cutest outfits, and sometimes there’s even a cake (to eat or smash). It’s a joyful milestone moment for every child and those who love them. For babies living in poverty, a child’s first […]

date: October 6, 2023
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Links to 9 years of care: How Compassion’s child development model helped these triplets

9 years of care: How Compassion’s child development model helped these triplets

At Compassion, we are passionate about holistic child development. This means we don’t simply respond to poverty by handing out food or Bibles. Instead, we seek to develop children in all the different aspects of their lives while equipping local churches to share the love of Jesus with them and to journey with them through […]

date: May 23, 2023
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Links to Beginnings: How to start a life’s story with hope

Beginnings: How to start a life’s story with hope

Once upon a time. Four words that transport you into someone else’s story. Four words that imply a happy ending is waiting at the end. This unfolding phrase sets the tone for the rest of the story, infusing the possible danger, despair and disaster found within the plot with something powerful: hope. There’s no denying […]

date: May 3, 2023
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Links to Growing resilience: 3 ways Compassion is helping families overcome food insecurity

Growing resilience: 3 ways Compassion is helping families overcome food insecurity

Why is it that some people can survive a crisis and others struggle? Why does a changing environment devastate some communities but go nearly unnoticed elsewhere? The answer is simple. Resilience. When we talk about resiliency at Compassion—whether it is regarding food insecurity or another crisis— it isn’t the character trait of individual people that […]

date: April 4, 2023
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Links to ‘We are at a critical juncture in human history’: 5 ways to take action towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals

‘We are at a critical juncture in human history’: 5 ways to take action towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations reports that the pandemic has halted or reversed years and even decades of development progress. This is the sobering reality highlighted in the Sustainable Development Goals Report 2021. The Sustainable Development Goals were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. There are […]

date: July 29, 2021
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Links to An International Women’s Day conversation with Allison Alley and Clare Steele

An International Women’s Day conversation with Allison Alley and Clare Steele

To mark International Women’s Day, Compassion Canada’s President and CEO, Allison Alley, and Compassion Australia’s CEO, Clare Steele, connected for a live conversation about the current challenges faced by women living in poverty and how we can respond. Watch the recording of their conversation below! In this livestream, Clare and Allison discuss: The stories of […]

date: March 10, 2021
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Links to Miracle triplets: Six years later!

Miracle triplets: Six years later!

Do you remember the miracle triplets? Compassion has been journeying with this special family for years. Here’s an exciting update from their thriving family.

date: September 23, 2020
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Links to Why efforts to end poverty matter now more than ever

Why efforts to end poverty matter now more than ever

Global progress towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals is being devastated by COVID-19, but our efforts to respond won’t be stopped.

date: August 20, 2020
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Links to An Inspiring Update on the Boy with the Bright Blue Eyes

An Inspiring Update on the Boy with the Bright Blue Eyes

Two years ago, we shared the story of the incredible Ugandan baby boy with ocean blue eyes and a bold streak on his forehead. Today, Shakul is 4-years-old and is taking the world by storm despite his physical difference.

date: January 31, 2020
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