Christine was only five years old when the Rwandan genocide began.
Before the Rwandan genocide, Andrew lived a happy life in southern Rwanda. As a child he dreamed of becoming a doctor, but his parents couldn't afford to send him to college. Instead, he got married...
We're celebrating International Women's Day with the story of an innovative group of women in the West Bank.
Last year we shared with you the inspiring story of Reni, a former sponsored child who now sponsors four children of her own.
Avid traveller Shane McCarthy became a child sponsor in 1991. Since then he’s visited six of his sponsored children in countries including Colombia, Peru, Kenya and Ethiopia.
Make 2015 a year you'll never forget by trekking through Nepal to the foot of Mount Everest, whilst helping to change lives at the same time.
Water is a foundational element of life and is vital to the well-being of families. Unfortunately for many people in our world there is never enough water; especially clean water.
Adrian's family never used to have clean, running water. They used to have to walk to the lake and bring back water in buckets.
One of the most popular aspects of being a child sponsor is getting to write to your child, and, of course, receive letters in return.
But unlike Australia Post’s "next-day delivery", or the street...
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