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All wrapped up for Christmas
Jesus’ compassion for people in poverty inspired one young man from Bangladesh to give good gifts at Christmas...
Faith and fading dreams
Tearfund’s Gideon Heugh recalls a powerful encounter in Malawi, and shares how the church is helping to restore people’s dreams.
The Reverend with a radical plan
A rural community in Myanmar has been inspired to adopt sustainable farming methods to protect the environment.
More than 1 million people affected by flooding in South Sudan
Severe flooding in South Sudan has left more than a million people in need of urgent help.
Birungi: released to dream, potential unleashed.
As a young girl living in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Birungi’s life already seemed scripted.
Overcoming depression in a conflict zone
In Yemen the ongoing conflict is not just affecting people’s physical health, but their mental health too.
Ethiopia on a knife edge – how you can pray for peace
Tearfund’s Emily Elliot talked to Ephraim Tsegay, Tearfund’s Country Director for Ethiopia, about the crisis.
The schoolgirl transforming her community in Nepal
Jenu has always had a passion to help those around her. But as a teenager from a poor background, she wasn’t sure how she could make a difference.
One typhoon too many
Patricia Pagulayan, Tearfund’s Cluster Communications Officer for Asia, gives a first hand account of a typhoon that struck the Philippines on 11 November 2020.
As we move closer to winter, Tearfund and our local partners have been reaching out to people who fear the months ahead.