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Plan International Australia's Safer Cities for Girls project in Honiara, Solomon Islands, was launched with support from the ANCP.
Supported by the ANCP, Habitat for Humanity is implementing an Urban Resilience program in Bangladesh to help improve essential services.
The ALWS, along with local partner LWD, is helping farmers in Cambodia learn new techniques to increase their yield.
Timor-Leste remains one of the poorest countries in the South-East Asian region, with 37% of the population living below the international poverty lin
57 out of every 1000 children born in PNG die before they reach the age of five.
The vast majority of Ugandan people rely on agriculture as their main source of income and food security.
Approximately 3.2 million people in Pakistan are living with functional low vision, a visual impairment that can’t be corrected with regular glasses.
Houphan was severely scalded with hot water when she was only four years old.
There are over 500,000 school-aged children in Papua New Guinea (PNG) who cannot attend school due to the lack of teachers, infrastructure and school
Bimala is a great example of what can happen when women are given tailored empowerment opportunities.
Action on Poverty’s Diversify Project empowers female farmers to take on leadership roles and influence household decision-making.
Situated off the western coast of North Sumatra, the island of Nias ranks amongst the poorest areas in Indonesia.
Preventable childhood hearing impairment is a significant cause of disability in Kiribati.
In Cambodia’s northeast, ethnic communities comprise a majority of the population and are amongst the poorest and most marginalised.
In Vanuatu, rapid population growth has put pressure on education services and job opportunities.
International Needs Australia's Child Rights Project in Myanmar is a child-led initiative allowing children to reclaim their voice.
With ANCP funding, the Burnet Institute provides a support team for drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) patients on Daru Island in PNG.
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.
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