Stories about: Chad

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  • Praying hands around a table

    Manning Up

    'What is masculinity?' It's a controversial question. It also gets people talking in Chad, where Tearfund ran a course called Transforming Masculinities.

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    It will take us all

    In the last 50 years, we’ve seen extreme poverty halved, with countless lives transformed. And we’ve seen that it takes the pray-ers. It also takes the givers and the campaigners. It takes the go-ers, the speakers and the dreamers. And it definitely takes the believers. So today, let’s celebrate the power of all of us...

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  • Rescued and restored

    On World Aids Day we remember the 36.7 million people in our world living with HIV. Each one of these precious people have their own story and Tearfund is working with local churches, enabling them to support and encourage those affected.

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    Tearfund's Big Bake

    Join us in baking, buying and praying for our Big Bake (8-16 October), which we hope will raise thousands of pounds and make a real difference to people like Yasmin.

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  • Yasmin and the ants

    Six-year-old Yasmin is at the forefront of our new campaign. She lives in a parched, isolated part of Chad, where it feels like hunger is king.

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    The Dead Heart

    Peter Kenny is a professional writer who recently joined Tearfund on a factfinding trip to Chad in Central Africa. It was his first visit to the…

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  • Prayer alert: violence in Chad

    Five Boko Haram suicide bombings last weekend resulted in around 36 people dead and 50 injured. This is the latest in a series of attacks in Chad, one of the poorest countries in the world. Please pray into this tragic situation.

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