We're celebrating International Women's Day with the story of an innovative group of women in the West Bank.
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.
Last year we shared with you the inspiring story of Reni, a former sponsored child who now sponsors four children of her own.
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...
Benedicto's family has a plan. It's a plan for their future and the way they want to live. Together they're working through it one step at a time to build a brighter future for their children.
Dawit never used to be able to read. As a fourth-grade student with several years of school behind him, he knew the alphabet but couldn't read full words or sentences. When he took his school exams,...
Malnutrition is a big problem in Timor-Leste - but it looks different to what you might think. In the remote villages of the Aileu district, families often have very little to eat during the dry...
"I dreamt about water all the time," said Diana, a mother of 10 living in a remote part of western Kenya, where fresh water is scarce.
Typhoon Haiyan failed to shatter this family's belief in the true spirit of Christmas.
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