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Published on 08 March 2013
By Ashleigh Yardy, Communications Intern, ChildFund Australia
In my role as ChildFund's communications intern, I have the pleasure of reading stories of women from ChildFund-supported communities all over the world, who help us every day in implementing programs to lift children out of poverty. Today, being International Women's Day, I would like to share some of their stories...
Published on 18 January 2013
By Abraham Marca and Ana Vacas, ChildFund Bolivia
It’s common to hear older Bolivians describing adolescents and children as being in their “donkey’s age” because they can be bull-headed. But this perception of youth is now changing in the city of Tarija, southern Bolivia, where children and youth have been given the opportunity to put forward their own solutions for community problems like alcoholism, garbage and poor-quality playgrounds...
Published on 14 October 2011
By Nigel Spence, CEO, ChildFund Australia
In our sector, we’re often asked: Is aid effective? Does the money get to where it is really needed? Why is there still so much poverty in developing countries?
The short answer to these important questions is that most aid makes a positive difference most of the time.