Stories

  • It’s World Food Day

    Each day Christians join together in praying the Lord’s Prayer, asking our Father to supply our daily bread. We ask God to provide us with ...

  • Remember Burundi

    The future continues to be uncertain and fear is widespread in Burundi. Tensions remain following the violence that erupted in 2015, and ...

  • Honduras: Postcards to the Edge

    Tearfund CEO Nigel Harris travels to the slums in one of the most violent cities in the world. He finds the ‘voiceless’ poorhave started ...

  • Too exhausted to beg

    Ume is a Rohingya refugee. Like more than half a million others, she was forced to flee her home in Myanmar. Having survived the awful ...

  • A-maize-ing Grace

    Grace Kamau lives in the shadow of the Kiambere Dam, which supplies electricity to the Kenyan National Grid. This dam is symbolic of the ...

  • Yemen cholera crisis

    When the world looks away

    With over 700,000 cases of cholera affecting over 90 per cent of the country, and a conflict that has devastated lives, and destroyed much ...

  • Poetic Justice

    To mark National Poetry Day, Tearfund asked its supporters to write a short poem on the subject of freedom. We have a winner