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Revd Dr Jongi Zihle

Revd Dr Jongi Zihle appointed as All We Can’s newest trustee

All We Can is delighted to announce that Revd Dr Jongi Zihle has been appointed as the charity’s newest trustee, serving on the Programmes and Partnerships Committee. Jongi is the official representative of the Methodist Council on the All We Can Board. Jongi currently serves as Chair of the London District of the Methodist Church, […]

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Carrefour Commune in Haiti

Combatting coronavirus in Haiti

Across the globe, we have seen the incredible courage and bravery of medical professionals, as they have stood on the frontline of work to halt the spread of coronavirus. All We Can, together with the Methodist Church in Britain, have been helping support the work of Eglise Methodiste d’ Haiti (the Methodist Church in Haiti) […]

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All We Can urges the government to rethink its decision to merge DFID with the FCO

All We Can, as well as other NGOs and development agencies, have criticised the government’s decision to merge the Department for International Development with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, calling it an ‘ill thought through decision, at a time when the world’s poorest communities are most vulnerable.’ Graeme Hodge, All We Can’s Chief Executive, said […]

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All We Can named as one of Third Sector’s ‘Best Charities to Work For’

All We Can is thrilled to announce that it has been shortlisted for Third Sector’s inaugural ‘Best Charities to Work For’ rankings – placed fourth out of a list of twenty organisations. ‘We see people’s potential, not their poverty – and meet them as equal partners in development’ said Chief Executive Graeme Hodge. ‘Our partnership […]

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Emergency Coronavirus Appeal Launch

All We Can and the Methodist Church in Britain have launched an Emergency Coronavirus Appeal, to equip those living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities to combat the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Coronavirus poses a catastrophic threat to communities with weaker healthcare systems, or those who lack access to clean water and handwashing facilities. […]

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COVID-19: An update from All We Can

Standing together with the communities we serve, in good times and bad. It has been impossible to miss the impact of Coronavirus on the day-to-day life of people in the UK. We are already witnessing the global effects of COVID-19, with reports of disruption to daily life all over the world apparent in just a […]

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Tahir, a Syrian refugee who has been taking part in sewing classes funded by All We Can.

Hope for Tahir

This week marks the 9th anniversary of the beginning of the war in Syria – a violent and bloody conflict which has devastated the country and forced more than half of its population from their homes. An estimated 6.6. million Syrians are internally displaced, and a further 5.6 million refugees have fled Syria to neighbouring […]

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Hurricane Dorian – Six Months On

In early September 2019, Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the Bahamas – the most intense tropical cyclone on record to hit the region. Hurricane Dorian ripped through the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama, killing at least 70 people and leaving many more missing. An estimated 70,000 people have been made homeless, and the Bahamas […]

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Our Values: Justice

A few years ago as a student living in Australia, I remember discovering a Bible verse that I had not paid much heed to before. I was interning in an office which played host to the Australian arm of the Micah Challenge, and as such I came to see the following verse on a near […]

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10K Runners Q and A

We are always amazed by the lengths our wonderful supporters go to in order to raise vital funds for people living in some of the world’s poorest communities. Often, these lengths are more physical than metaphorical – which is why, on Sunday 21 July, six incredible runners took to the streets of London, to take […]

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