Stories

Hong Kong Schools Engaging with World Need

Hong Kong Schools Engaging with World Need

“I want to help, and you have opened my hands, desperate to do something.” Hong Kong school student Since we started...

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Tukul Crafts

Tukul Crafts

The Sudanese Civil War killed more civilians than any other conflict since World War 2. Two million Sudanese people died –...

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Tintsaba: Weaving for Life

Tintsaba: Weaving for Life

When Elsabet joined the Tintsaba workshop in Swaziland, it changed her life. “If I couldn’t work for Tintsaba, I think I...

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Vinh Hoa: A Global Handicrafts producer

Vinh Hoa: A Global Handicrafts producer

In a workshop in Hue, Vietnam, two rows of women are intent on their work. Fine, brightly-coloured thread and embroidery needles...

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iBakery: Success Made in Cookie Dough

iBakery: Success Made in Cookie Dough

Crossroads loves to support Hong Kong social enterprises wherever we can. Meet Shing, just one of those whose lives have been...

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Hong Kong Society for the Blind – Yau’s story

Hong Kong Society for the Blind – Yau’s story

Yau has not always lived in a world of darkness. When she was 9 years old, Yau developed glaucoma and cataracts...

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Women for Women

Women for Women

Azada was 14 years old when her father asked her to marry one of her cousins, hoping, as is common in...

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Our Work

Our Work

What we do and where we do it Crossroads – The story We never meant to start Crossroads. We believed that...

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Sierra Leone: Aftermath of the Blood Bath

Sierra Leone: Aftermath of the Blood Bath

When the wounding is done, and you are left alone and bleeding, where can you turn in a war torn environment?...

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