Our beliefs

Thayo, from Mankhokwe in Malawi, holds a basket of tomatoes he has grown thanks to a solar irrigation scheme supported by All We Can.
Thayo, from Mankhokwe in Malawi, holds a basket of tomatoes he has grown thanks to a solar irrigation scheme supported by All We Can.

Four key beliefs underpin All We Can’s work.

A cross is pictured within a heart, surrounded by two palms facing inwards. Being rooted in the Christian faith means we are an open and inclusive movement for change, for all people. You can find out more about the Christian principles in which All We Can’s beliefs are grounded, here.

Committed partnership, through long-term relationships, is the most sustainable way to tackle poverty, respond to disaster, and overcome injustice. Find out more about our partnership approach here.

Local people are best placed to create positive change in their own communities. Find out more about how we work here.

 

Building resilience better equips people to withstand and recover from disasters. Find out more about our disaster risk reduction work here.

 

Discover the history which has shaped All We Can, or find out more about All We Can’s 2020-25 Strategy.