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12 Jul 2017 | Blog | Long-term Development
Raksmey has overcome the stigma of HIV and AIDS and developed a sustainable income to help support her family, through the Seedling of Hope program in Cambodia.
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30 May 2017 | Blog | Supporter action | Women
This year's events were held Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne, raising $60,000 for the world's poor.
Tags: HIV and AIDS, Cambodia, women, Women for the World | No comments
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 | Human rights | Health | Education
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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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.
Tags: mercy, hope, HIV and AIDS, Cambodia | No comments
16 Oct 2011 | Blog | Emergency Relief
Monsoon rains and typhoons have inundated large areas of Asia, particularly in the Philippines, Cambodia, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Thousands of people have fled their homes; others are living on roofs. Caritas teams are distributing aid and helping families recover when their homes are damaged and their crops swept away.
Tags: India, flooding, Cambodia, Philippines, Vietnam | No comments
21 Sep 2011 | Blog | Long-term Development
Today, Wednesday 21 September, is International Day of Peace. Caritas Australia’s aid and development work is shaped by the tradition of Catholic Social Teaching (CST), and these principles provide a moral framework which we live by – one being Promotion of Peace.
Tags: Caritas Australia, Peace, Cambodia, South Africa | No comments
Now I can bathe every day, the distance to collect water for the family has been drastically reduced.We now drink clean, safe water and diseases are no longer affecting us.”
- Thandolwayo, Zimbabwe