Other recent blog entries
25 Nov 2016 | Blog | Supporter action
While most of us were sleeping comfortably in our beds on the night of November 3, a group of Year 6 students were sleeping rough on cardboard boxes on their school grounds.
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16 Nov 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development | Caritas News magazine
Tjanpi Desert Weavers has been providing culturally appropriate employment opportunities to women from remote First Australian communities for over 20 years.
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11 Nov 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development | Asia
Caritas Australia CEO Paul O'Callaghan is coming to the end of his first visit to Caritas programs in Cambodia.
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8 Nov 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development | Education | Disability | Health and HIV / AIDS | Cambo
Caritas Australia CEO Paul O'Callaghan is currently visiting communities in Cambodia that have been impacted by our programs and our local partners.
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20 Oct 2016 | Blog | Youth
One of our Global Justice Workshop participants, Echa Mbuto, recounts her experience at Caritas Australia.
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13 Oct 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development
The Australia Africa Community Engagement Scheme (AACES), which ran from June 2011 to June 2016, was a successful initiative. This is the story of how the scheme impacted the life of Agatha, from the Dowa District in Malawi.
Tags: sustainable livelihood, strengths based approach, development, AACES, Mala | No comments
19 Sep 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development
The Faithful Companions of Jesus (FCJ) Learning and Development Centre, supported by Caritas Australia, is helping people like Gina from the Philippines live dignified lives.
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12 Sep 2016 | Blog | Poverty | Women
Julieann Caffery, a Caritas Australia volunteer and previous participant in a CA immersion to Nepal, recently gave an address to Forum Queensland delegates. She has shared an excerpt of her speech with us.
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9 Sep 2016 | Blog | Education | Water
Year 8 students at St Monica’s College, Epping recently ran their own WASH awareness raising campaign.
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1 Sep 2016 | Blog
Aussie anti-poverty ambassador Matt Napier takes us through the challenges and memories of his epic 'Walk to a Better World' journey across Southern Africa.
Tags: end poverty, fundraising, Walk to a Better World | No comments
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