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In rural Cambodia, a Credit Union Development program provides villagers with safe and affordable access to financial products and services.
In rural Nepal, barriers for people with a disability are being broken down through a Community Based Rehabilitation program.
In rural Uganda, women farmers are building food security through Quaker Service Australia’s (QSA) community-oriented training program.
In Timor-Leste, approximately three in ten people lack clean water and over half the population has no access to a toilet.
With four children of her own to raise, life in rural Cambodia was already difficult for Ree Heng.
Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA has been working in Vietnam to support the campaign to eradicate asbestos since 2010.
Like most women in her village, 55-year-old Nene enjoyed playing with her grandchildren, farming and looking after her family.
In rural Uttar Pradesh, India, CBM Australia runs a community project to improve the economic situation of people with disability.
NTA East Indonesia Aid works to reduce poverty in the rural communities of Indonesia’s East Nusa Tenggara province.
In Solomon Islands, access to formal banking services outside of provincial capitals is non-existent.
Cambodia has set a target for everyone to have access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) by 2025.
UnitingWorld help women like Summiya to become economically self-sufficient by providing funds and education through community self-help groups.
As a child growing up in Malawi, Florence did not receive a formal education.
Damaris and Kimondiu Muasa were just like many other poor Kenyan farmers, living at subsistence level.
33 year old Marta was struggling to meet her family’s needs. Married with 4 children, living in a rural village in Timor-Leste, Marta felt trapped.
Marginalised groups experience inequality in their communities, and face significant challenges in accessing paid employment opportunities.
Supporting the rights of people with disabilities is a core focus for the work of Australian Lutheran World Service (ALWS) in Indonesia.
Bani is a local farmer from Malampa province in Vanuatu who struggled to make a living for his family.
Gender equality is a human right, necessary for advancing development and reducing poverty.
Anglican Overseas Aid has been working with the Anglican Church of Kenya to address the links between poverty and violence against women and children.
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