International stories

The War-Weary Villages of DR Congo

The War-Weary Villages of DR Congo

History says that the most recent war in DR Congo ended in 2003, but those on the ground live with a...

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School Students: Empathy Film Festival

School Students: Empathy Film Festival

“But what can I do at school to help others care?” We’re often asked this by students who undertake our x-periences,...

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Silent Night for Deaf Youth in Kazakhstan

Silent Night for Deaf Youth in Kazakhstan

For the 150,000 people with hearing disabilities in Kazkhstan, it can, indeed, be a silent, lonely existence.  Services for the deaf...

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Guatemala: Joy in the trenches

Guatemala: Joy in the trenches

War can leave a deadly legacy long after its ‘finish’. Guatemala’s civil war ended in the 90’s but the country still...

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Indonesia: Disaster Response

Indonesia: Disaster Response

On the 28th of September, a 7.7 magnitude earthquake hit Donggala District Central Sulawesi, Indonesia followed by repeated aftershocks and a...

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Opening doors out of poverty

Opening doors out of poverty

It will come as no surprise that Vietnam’s rural villages see many trapped in poverty. What is a surprise, perhaps, in...

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Developing corporate partnerships

Developing corporate partnerships

One of the most powerful trends in recent years is the way in which companies are making their expertise and core...

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Sustainable Development Goals: Transforming the world

Sustainable Development Goals: Transforming the world

“No plan B because there is no planet b!” Ban Ki-moon put it best. “We don’t have a plan B because...

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Placing goods ‘wisely and well…’

Placing goods ‘wisely and well…’

Placing goods ‘wisely and well…’ Right goods, placed the right way, can change the future of those who receive them. Wrong...

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