• Kamala with a staff member from COAST Trust

    Our 700,000 new neighbours – Bangladeshi families struggle with Rohingya influx

    Tearfund’s Peter Shaw recently returned from a visit to Bangladesh, where he witnessed first hand the effects of the Rohingya refugee crisis. It’s been six months since almost 700,000 forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals (Rohingya refugees) started to flee violence in Myanmar and flood into Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

  • Book open and being read

    World (changing) book day

    To mark World Book Day, we asked a few Tearfunders to tell us about a book that has inspired them and found truly inspiration

  • Star Man

    Meet Dave from Hull. His mate became a rock ‘n’ roll legend. Dave, meanwhile, has become a Tearfund legend – and much more besides!

  • The Tenacity of a Dream

    Last August Nepal experienced some of the heaviest rainfall in many years, causing devastating flooding and landslides across 35 districts.…

  • Moussa Ouedraogo is a farmer in the village of Bidi-Mossi.

    Fifty years, fifty countries: Burkina Faso

    To mark 50 years of Tearfund, we’re sharing about 50 countries where we’ve worked, celebrating God’s provision and power to transform, and praying for each of these nations. This week we’re in Burkina Faso.

  • Man Sitting in Church

    Seven reasons why you should consider fasting this Lent

    Maybe you’re already in the habit of fasting. But across much of Western Christianity, fasting in the spiritual sense seems to have fallen out of fashion. We might make a simple sacrifice for Lent – giving up chocolate, for example – but are we really conscious of the full power and meaning of fasting?

  • lantern with heart shaped window. (Photo by Cathal Mac an Bheatha on Unsplash)

    Tripping and falling

    When Elisa went to Brazil on a three-month volunteering trip with Tearfund Go, she managed to fall in love twice…