Stories

Creating jobs for older women: Hong Kong

Creating jobs for older women: Hong Kong

“Nobody wanted to hire us!” we were told by women struggling to generate income here in Hong Kong. For those who are older...

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Help for a Silent World

Help for a Silent World

Lei Mei was 25 when she suddenly lost her hearing. It was a devastating blow. She knew that being deaf would mean...

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A fair deal for Chile’s Artisans

A fair deal for Chile’s Artisans

“Chile is losing its artisan culture,” says Alvador, a 58-year-old copper craftsman who makes beautiful jewellery stamped with traditional designs. Thanks to the gap...

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‘A Hand-Made Future’: Embroidery puts refugee children in school

‘A Hand-Made Future’: Embroidery puts refugee children in school

As refugee families battle for survival with the ongoing conflict in Syria, education is one of the greatest casualties. While living in Syria, prior...

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Ya’an Earthquake in Sichuan

Ya’an Earthquake in Sichuan

We love to see partnerships empower people in tough places. Multinational law firm, Hogan Lovells, has always demonstrated a strong humanitarian imperative. It was...

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Uganda: Promoting Dignity: HIV Support

Uganda: Promoting Dignity: HIV Support

Promoting Dignity: HIV Support for Uganda The HIV epidemic in Uganda has left more than 1 million children orphaned. In some cases,...

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Typhoon Usagi: Hong Kong

Typhoon Usagi: Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the best prepared cities in the world to face the typhoons it regularly meets. For Hong...

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Syrian Refugee Child: “Don’t let the world forget us”

Syrian Refugee Child: “Don’t let the world forget us”

At 13, Kareem, a thirteen year old Syrian refugee, was the sole breadwinner for his mother and sisters. He worked in a car...

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Battling Malaria

Battling Malaria

It kills more than 1 million people each year. It claims the life of one in every twenty African children under 5. It’s...

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