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27 Feb 2018 | Blog | Project Compassion
Caritas Australia would like to thank all our wonderful supporters for getting behind the campaign so far!
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21 Feb 2018 | Blog | Catholic Social Teaching
You may have also seen James Foley's brilliant cartoons featured our Just Visiting resources.
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9 Feb 2018 | Blog | Poverty | Human rights | Education | Long-term Development
Research has demonstrated the harmful impacts of institutionalised care on children’s wellbeing and development.
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2 Feb 2018 | Blog | Long-term Development
Caritas Australia's Head of Engagement and Sustainability, David Armstrong, details his recent trip to Bangladesh.
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21 Jan 2018 | Blog | Indigenous peoples | Long-term Development
Since 2003, the Purple House has grown to support remote dialysis in 15 communities.
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16 Jan 2018 | Blog | Supporter action
Congratulations to Alexandra Gorman, the winner of our Caritas Kitchen Christmas giveaway!
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15 Jan 2018 | Blog | Long-term Development | Indigenous peoples
Your support is changing the lives of women like Sudhari.
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10 Jan 2018 | Blog | Indigenous peoples | Long-term Development
Caritas Australia is empowering Manide Filipino community to create a better future for themselves.
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7 Jan 2018 | Blog | Indigenous peoples | Long-term Development
Caritas Australia is proud to support a brighter future for the Maasai of northern Tanzania.
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28 Dec 2017 | Blog | Emergency Relief
Caritas Australia has responded to the call of Caritas Philippines (NASSA), to assist 3,000 families (approximately 15,000 individuals) by supporting programs to provide emergency food and hygiene packs.
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Through my heart I felt that I need to be the leader and serve the community. Now I’m confident of myself and I’m sure I can expand my business to a new level.
- Janaki, Nepal