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Strengths Based Approach to Development

A PowerPoint explaining Caritas Australia's strengths based approach to community development.

Pptx 9.3 MB

Sustainable Development Goals - Introduction (Parishes)

A presentation to understand the development of the Sustainable Development Goals and the goals themselves.

Pptx 27.6 MB

Sustainable Development Goals Manifesto Reflection

The SDG manifesto with matching images to help you reflect on the SDGs.

Pptx 9.1 MB

Video - Aloma (Philippines)

Aloma and her community have learnt the skills to protect their environment and develop resilience to extreme weather events. 
Approx. 4 mins

Video - Barry (Australia)

Barry has overcome many of life’s challenges. He is now an inspirational father and a leader in his community. Approx. 6 mins

Video - Care for Our Common Home (CST)

A short video explaining the Catholic Social teaching principle: Care for Our Common Home.
4 mins

Video - Dinia (Philippines)

Dinia is now earning an income, can send her children to school and contributing to her community. 
Approx. 5 mins

Video - Janaki (Nepal)

Janaki is now running her own successful sewing business, training others and has become a role model in her community. 
5 mins

Video - Michaela (Australia)

Michaela is helping to build a social enterprise, a connection to culture and support the chronically ill. 
2 mins

Video - Peter (Solomon Islands)

Peter now has access to clean water on tap, preventing the need to walk long distances to unsafe water sources. 2 mins

Video - Phany (Cambodia)

Phany has learnt improved water management techniques to grow enough crops to support her family. 
Approx. 5 mins

Video - Sakun (India)

Sakun has set up kiosk to earn an income and is now involved in village decision-making. 
2 mins

Video - Salma (Bangladesh)

A story about the Safe Motherhood Program featuring Salma from Bangladesh. 2 mins

Video - Shirley (Philippines)

Caritas Australia supported Shirley to train as an indigenous health worker in the Philippines. 
Approx. 5 mins

Video - Tati (Indonesia)

A short film about an eco-tourism project in Indonesia. 4 mins

Video - Tawonga (Malawi)

Tawonga and her family now have enough food to eat and she is able to attend school.
2 min video

Video - Thandolwayo (Zimbabwe)

Thandolwayo and her community now have access to clean water. 
Approx 6 mins

Video - Uncle Richard

Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation supports Stolen Generations members with the chance to heal. 
Approx. 4 mins

Video- Rattanak (Cambodia)

Rattanak learnt to become a barber and he is now able to support his family.
Duration: 4:20

Water Game

A board game with an accompanying case study. 

Pdf 1.6 MB