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  • Gardening in a war zone

    If you spend any time this weekend pottering around in your vegetable patch, spare a prayer for Prisca Ngombou from the Central African Republic.

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  • Green shoots emerge after Vanuatu cyclone

    With so many crops destroyed by Cyclone Pam in farming-dependent Vanuatu last month, having enough food for the future will be a key challenge in the months ahead.

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  • A shepherd called David

    Psalm 23 is very special to a young man called David from south-west China. David lives in a village with people from the Jingpo and Lisu minority. He’s also a Christian.

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  • Can you be an ordinary hero?

    This week Tearfund launched a search for a band of Ordinary Heroes who can help make life better and fairer for the world’s poorest people.

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  • Tensions on the rise in Tanzania

    For many years Tanzania has been synonymous with peace, stability and growing prosperity, but there are increasing concerns that the country is approaching a crossroads.

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  • Tackling TB in Pakistan

    For people living in poverty in Pakistan, falling ill can be disastrous. The nearest medical facilities may be a considerable distance away, and treatment can be prohibitively expensive.

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  • Election spotlight turns to Sudan

    As Sudan prepares for a forthcoming election, we highlight the humanitarian plight of 3.5 million people in Darfur and how peace remains a key need in their lives.

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  • History is made in Nigeria

    For the first time in Nigeria’s history, an incumbent president has lost an election but so far the transition of power has been peaceful.

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