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April 18, 2019

Clean water is a human right, yet 780 million people in the world still do not have access to it. Unsafe drinking water carries a host of life-threatening diseases. Wondersen from Ethiopia explains that he would walk long distances to gather water from a source that animals would drink from and bathe in. Although unclean […]

April 11, 2019

I didn’t do much Greek while I was at Bible College but I do remember certain words. ‘Koinonia’ is one of them, found in Acts 2:42, as well as in other places. When used in context, Koinonia can often be translated as communion or fellowship, however, another translation of the word is joint participation, or […]

March 25, 2019

March 6, 2005. I was just 8 years old and I had already forgotten to prepare for Mother’s Day. In a state of guilt and desperation I quickly came to a conclusion, I needed to make my mum a breakfast in bed she’d never forget. Time was of the essence, if she woke up my […]

March 20, 2019

UN declare: “Worst ever disaster for Southern Africa” Cylone Idai has torn its way through Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. 2.6 million people have been affected across these three countries. This number is rising, as are the injury and death tolls. Critical flooding in Malawi during the month of March caused widespread devastation with loss of […]

March 15, 2019

All We Can and The Methodist Church in Britain have launched an urgent appeal to support the people of Malawi following devastating flooding in March 2019. On 5-8 March 2019, heavy rains throughout Southern Malawi caused severe flooding. A state of emergency was declared by the President of Malawi on 8 March due to the […]

March 13, 2019

A perspective from Ethiopia We, local NGOs/CSOs in the ‘Global South’ have a nickname – ‘donor-driven CSOs’. This is not a positive moniker but there is reality in it. We have our own cars – organisations. We are sat in the drivers’ seat, but we are not the true (actual) drivers of the car. The […]

March 8, 2019

Heavy rain has caused the flooding of rivers and dams in Chikwawa, Malawi. This has led to six deaths so far. The loss of life has been confirmed by the Chikwawa police. Among the casualties are two family members who were swept up in the flooding of the Livunzu River. Further casualties include a health worker […]

March 7, 2019

Our world is made up of 49.55% women. Yet across the world boys and girls, women and men, are having their lives shaped by their biological sex rather than their personal capabilities and potential. On International Women’s Day, we come together to promote equal opportunities for women and girls and to celebrate the contribution women […]

March 1, 2019

It’s a wonderful, warm July day. The weather is suspended in a perfect, delicate balance between the cool of the morning and the very beginnings of the afternoon heat. You’re outside, making the most of this gorgeous day and enjoying every minute of it. You’re in London’s beautiful centre, taking in some of the nation’s […]

“Previously, I was ashamed and afraid to sit in the community. Today, as I am healed, I have no fear of going anywhere and sitting with others.” All We Can worked in partnership with Union Chrétienne pour l’Education et le Développement des Déshérités (UCEDD) in Burundi, Africa, from 2011. UCEDD seek to promote the socio-economic integration of Batwa […]

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