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  • Safe water breaks bonds

    More than 663 million people live without a source of safe water close to their homes. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people die from diseases ...

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  • Hope amid hunger

    East Africa is in crisis with 16 million people facing desperate food shortages. As is so often the case, it is women and children who suffer the ...

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  • Hope for Honduras

    With an average of 20 murders committed every day, Honduras is one of the world’s most violent countries. Living in a crime-riddled riverbank slum in ...

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  • God's Great Love

    Farida* is a bright, confident 26-year-old woman who can normally be found with a huge smile on her face. Born into poverty in Egypt and then broken ...

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  • Clothed in Dignity

    For Malid*, a farmer from a village in Northern Iraq, life before the war is little more than a distant memory. ‘I enjoyed life in my village,’ he ...

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  • When Love Survives

    The delight at the arrival a healthy baby boy was suddenly overwhelmed by the dark shadow of Boko Haram. The insurgents swept through the village ...

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  • Beauty for Ashes

    Anara* is a young woman full of hope, but it wasn’t always so. Born into a large family in the Central Asian States, she had a tough start to life. ...

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  • When I'm 64

    At 64 years old, Beatrice Chisala is an active member of the Mothers’ Union at her local church in Luangwa Township, Zambia. With three children and ...

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  • A burden lifted

    Mamun Sheikh had been a popular and bright student in his village of Bohorpur in Rajbari district, Bangladesh. Like many boys his age, he dreamed of ...

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  • With a little help from my friends

    Daniel Gatiso is married with two children and lives in the Shebedino district of Ethiopia. Daniel and his family only just got by with the money he ...

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