Other recent blog entries
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.
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23 May 2014 | Blog | Long-term Development
The Caritas movement was born in Australia in response to the community’s growing awareness of global poverty and malnutrition, highlighted by the United Nations’ Freedom from Hunger campaign. Half a century later, what has been achieved in global food security?
Tags: strengths, Africa, integrated community development, AACES | No comments
20 Mar 2014 | Blog | Long-term Development
Today on World Water Day, we celebrate water, and what access to safe and sustainable water means to communities in Malawi and Tanzania.
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12 Dec 2012 | Blog | Long-term Development
Earlier this year, Angela Ford, Caritas Australia's Communications Group Leader visited Malawi as part of the Australia Africa Community Engagement Scheme. Here, she shares some of her insights from the visit, particularly around the precious resource of water.
Tags: WASH, water, AACES, sanitation | No comments
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