Other recent blog entries
8 Aug 2016 | Blog | Indigenous peoples | Long-term Development
This International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, Caritas Australia looks at the how indigenous communities in The Philippines are benefitting from a program implemented by our local partner, SPACFI.
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26 Jul 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development | Project Compassion
You may remember this young activist from our feature story in Project Compassion 2014. Two years later, she’s continuing her work to help Brazil’s most vulnerable.
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26 Jul 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development
The issue of open defecation is a serous one in India and Caritas Australia has been working through our local partners in the State of Chhattisgarh to change this.
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21 Jul 2016 | Blog | Supporter action | Project Compassion
On behalf of the millions of people your contributions support, we say a huge thank you!
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21 Jul 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development
As the director of the Seedling of Hope program in Cambodia, Sister Len works daily to offer a life with hope and dignity to people affected by HIV and AIDS.
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18 Jul 2016 | Blog
Schola Bogg is the Child Protection Coordinator in the Archdiocese of Madang, Papua New Guinea and works in a child protection advocacy program supported by Caritas Australia. Here she shares her experiences from the program and the importance of protecting the world's children.
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12 Jul 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development
Domestic and family violence is a major issue in the South American nation and one that Caritas Australia has worked closely with its partners to help change.
Tags: women, Women and development, Peru | No comments
6 Jul 2016 | Blog | Long-term Development
Our First Australians Program Officer Zachary Wone takes us through his first FAP Partners' Meeting experience.
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29 Jun 2016 | Blog | Campaigns | Long-term Development
The ‘Afternoon Teas for Climate and Aid’ were held in the Reid and Kingsford Smith electorates in Sydney. At each event, six young Pacific Islanders from Tuvalu, Kiribati and western Sydney spoke passionately about how climate change was threatening the livelihoods, culture and indeed the very existence of their communities in the Pacific.
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29 Jun 2016 | Blog | Refugees | Emergency Relief | Middle East
The Oaktree shelter reopened recently after refurbishment work to ensure it is a comfortable, safe and welcoming place for women and their children.
Tags: humanitarian relief, middle east, Lebanon, development | No comments
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