Stories

  • Blind... but not without vision

    Everyone said it couldn’t be done. They told her she was blind – but really, they were the ones who couldn’t see. Ariana* is 11 years old.…

  • What about us?

    Reflection on why we do (or should do) what we do to help those in situations we wouldn't want to find ourselves in.

  • Malawi stoves

    A slow burning success

    An innovative way to cook food is being used in Malawi and it’s being championed by a young environmentalist, who was trained by Tearfund.

  • #EnoughIsEnough is a truth, not just a hashtag

    South Africa have seen a number of street protests recently about SGBV. It's a worldwide issue though and something we care about deeply (obviously)- this is a story about a teenager we worked with in Iraq, helping her get free of a difficult situation.

  • Climate Fire

    Why I’m taking to the streets on Friday

    In the lead-up to the Global Climate Strike on Friday 20 September, Jack shares how his faith has stirred him to join in and stand with people around the world.

  • Girl practicing hairdressing on model head

    Unweaving the web

    It all began with a simple prayer in a women’s fellowship. Now Annette and her team are tackling the blight of prostitution and the sexual…

  • Distribution in Mozambique

    Cyclone Idai: six months on

    As the flood waters rose, Paulo was trapped in his home. Cyclone Idai was tearing through his village in Mozambique. The 35-year-old lost a…

  • Normal prayers for abnormal times

    A Q&A with Tearfund Ambassador Pete Greig Pete Greig is a bestselling author, pastor and one of the founding champions of the 24-7 Prayer…