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September 8, 2021
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Covid-19 has thrown into sharp focus the many injustices which shape our world today. Vaccine inequality, gender injustice and youth unemployment have all risen sharply as a result of the pandemic – and so there has never been a better time for organisations to come together to tackle these challenges. That is why, from 1 […]

August 14, 2021

A powerful earthquake that struck Haiti’s Southern Peninsula on Saturday morning has claimed more than a thousand lives, with the death toll still climbing. Many more have been injured. All We Can and the Methodist Church in Britain have launched a Joint Appeal, after together assessing the likely response needs. Graeme Hodge, All We Can […]

July 27, 2021
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In April 2021, India was in the grips of the very worst of Covid-19 – and the world watched in horror as devastating statistics dominated the headlines. At the peak of its second wave of the virus, India recorded more than 414,000 new confirmed cases and over 3,900 deaths in a single day. At the […]

July 15, 2021
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Today marks a little known awareness day – World Youth Skills Day. In 2014, the UN General Assembly declared 15 July a celebration of the importance of ‘equipping young people with the skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship.’ As an estimated one in six young people globally are out of work due to the […]

July 14, 2021

All We Can has today released a statement in response to the vote in Parliament on Tuesday.Graeme Hodge, CEO of All We Can said, ‘As a nation we’d led the way, globally, through our commitment to UKAid. This week’s vote has resulted in a devastating political decision which will harm those with very little already, […]

June 22, 2021

On 22 March, an enormous fire tore through Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar – destroying shelters, displacing thousands, and causing untold trauma to families living in the affected area who have already been through so much. All We Can’s supporters gave generously in response to this tragedy. Through our humanitarian aid partner in Cox’s […]

June 15, 2021
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All We Can is thrilled to welcome four new trustees to its board. Revd Dr Sahr Yambasu, Holly Wilkinson, Ali Johnson and Anne Mpendo will bring an impressive range of experiences to the table, and will help the charity continue working towards its vision of seeing every person’s potential fulfilled.  Revd Dr Sahr Yambasu, the […]

June 2, 2021
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World Bicycle Day, held every year on 3 June, is a chance for nations across the globe to recognise the ‘simple, affordable, reliable, clean and environmentally fit sustainable means of transportation‘ that is the bicycle. Over the past year, All We Can has been celebrating the enormous potential of the humble bike to help families […]

May 20, 2021
Esther, wearing a purple fleece and red hat, reaches up in to a tree to check a community beehive.

Most of us probably have mixed feelings about bees: we love the taste of honey, but we know the pain of being stung.  Meanwhile, increasingly, we will have heard that they are good for the planet – something which is particularly celebrated on 20 May – World Bee Day! In fact, as the reality of […]

May 14, 2021
R-R: Harriet, Andrew, Florence (holding Mariam) and David stand outside their home in Butagaya.

Did you know that May 15 marks International Day of Families? Every year since 1993, the UN has recognised the problems and needs of families across the globe on this day – and helped bring people together to find solutions to these issues. Together with its local partners, All We Can works to help vulnerable […]

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