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All posts by Mollie Pugmire

Haiti Emergency Appeal Update

On the morning of 14 August 2021, a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. Two days later, Tropical Depression Grace made landfall, bringing heavy rains and strong winds – causing further damage and destruction. The Methodist Church in Britain and All We Can promptly launched a joint emergency appeal in response to the subsequent humanitarian […]

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International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Happy International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples from the Pacific! Maima V’aai is a climate activist and indigenous person of the Pacific. Born in Samoa, she now lives in Fiji. Maima was part of the Climate Justice for All (CJ4A) campagin which All We Can supported. It brought together young people from across the […]

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Hope and healing: Refugee Week 2022

Maela is a Partnership Manager at All We Can, focusing on responding to protracted crises in Jordan and Bangladesh as well as supporting long-term development partners in Liberia. She has a background in working with refugees and host communities in the Middle East. Below, she reflects on the themes of this year’s Refugee Week. ‘Refugee […]

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Refugees walk across the border to safety in Przemysl, Poland.

Ukraine Emergency Appeal Update

In late February, All We Can and the Methodist Church in Britain launched the Ukraine Emergency Appeal, to respond to the urgent needs of Ukrainians following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Since the launch of the appeal, we have been overwhelmed by the generosity of people from all over the UK. In what was an unprecedented […]

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Rohingya Refugee Update

All We Can continues to work alongside partners to deliver support to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Many Rohingya people fled Myanmar in 2017 and since then hundreds-of-thousands of Rohingya refugees are now living in camps in Bangladesh. In 2018, All We Can supported work within the Rohingya refugee camps to improve families’ shelters, construct WASH […]

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International Day of Education

This International Day of Education, we at All We Can are thankful that after 83 weeks, schools in Uganda have reopened their doors to students. Classrooms in Uganda were emptied of pupils back in March 2020 due to the increasing rates of Covid-19 and nearly two years on, this shutdown has become the world’s longest […]

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