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What is it like for those experiencing the biggest impacts of the climate crisis? This five-part film series features short interviews with Tearfund staff from countries on the frontline of climate change. Hear their experience of hurricanes, floods and other climate impacts in their local communities, and find out why their Christian faith is a source of hope. 

Honduras

In the Bible, rain is a sign of blessing, but in Honduras, it has become a threat. Listen to this deeply moving account from Norman Molina of how his homeland is struggling with hurricanes, loss of livelihoods and displacement due to the climate crisis. 
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Frontiers of climate change: Honduras. 

Mozambique

In Mozambique, a lot of investment goes into agriculture, education and health – but when Cyclone Idai and subsequent cyclones struck, they destroyed everything. Edgar Jone from Tearfund calls on the global church to take climate action, recognising the difference it could make. 

For offline viewing, download from Vimeo (click the download icon).

Frontiers of climate change: Mozambique.

Zimbabwe

The impact of the climate crisis harms women and children especially, in ways that may not be obvious. In this film, Idzai Murimba from Tearfund Zimbabwe explains how child marriages, gender-based violence and school dropouts all increase as the climate emergency worsens. 

For offline viewing, download from Vimeo (click the download icon). 

Frontiers of climate change: Zimbabwe.

Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, the climate crisis is an undeniable reality: after years of destructive flooding, many people have become trapped in debt. Prabu Deepan highlights that climate change is not a one-off event but an ongoing crisis that is making life even harder for local communities.

For offline viewing, download from Vimeo (click the download icon). 

Frontiers of climate change: Sri Lanka.

Burkina Faso & Niger

One of the big consequences of the climate crisis is that people become displaced within their own country. Gaston Slanwa explains this is a big issue in Burkina Faso and Niger: many people can no longer survive where they are, even though they want to stay on their land.  

For offline viewing, download from Vimeo (click the download icon). 

Frontiers of climate change: Burkina Faso & Niger.

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