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In Gaza, a healthcare and vocational training program is enhancing the health and livelihood status of over 25,000 vulnerable people each year.
Every year 5.9 million children under the age of five die worldwide.
INA is working to save the lives of mothers and babies, and tackle gender inequity and discrimination in Mid-West Nepal.
The Solomon Islands currently only have three anaesthetists, but needs many more to serve their population.
In Sumatra an innovative centre of learning is building the capacity of community groups to deliver effective community-based programs.
Life in the village was difficult for Fatima, a young mother in rural Timor Leste. Nutritious food was hard to come by.
Act for Peace and OfERR are improving the quality of health care across 107 refugee camps in India.
While there have been global improvements in access to safe water in recent years, Indonesia still struggles.
The Social Enterprise for Sight project addresses the challenge of huge unmet needs for refractive services.
Baptist World Aid Australia and Food for the Hungry Cambodia carry out their work in some of the most marginalised areas of Cambodia.
The School for Shan State Nationalities Youth aims to empower young people to take an active role in social change in Myanmar.
Family Planning NSW works in the Pacific to advocate for, and uphold, these rights for everyone.
Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a huge challenge in South Africa, with one in five adult women reporting having experienced violence.
At a very early age Jotsna was infected with the polio virus, which permanently affected her right leg.
Habitat for Humanity Australia's New Start, New Life project seeks to improve the living conditions of vulnerable families in Cambodia.
In the highlands of Papua New Guinea (PNG), an estimated 70 per cent of women experience physical or sexual violence.
CARE Australia’s four year Nâng Quyền project worked to improve access to opportunities, services and protections for Female Sex Workers (FSW).
In Chivi District, Zimbabwe, CARE is providing equitable access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), with a specific focus on women and girls
A project by Sight For All aims to increase awareness about diabetic retinopathy within Myanmar’s health worker community.
The Building Urban Resiliency project works with communities in Dhaka to identify the hazards and risks of living in their slum.
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