Fighting in C.A.R. is pushing families to the edge of survival, while funding for this crisis has nearly run out. Children will be the first innocent victims.
Without your support, WFP cannot continue providing emergency food assistance.
The Situation in C.A.R.
Before conflict started, half of the children in C.A.R. were stunted due
By Janice Lim
Have any of you ever been approached by someone entreating with you to donate some money, to help a cause, to save a rainforest or to help sick animals? Have any of you, like me, felt like you sympathized with the cause, but at the same time felt
Millions of women around the world experience violence, inequality, and disadvantage every day. Here are five organisations helping to give these women a voice by advocating for gender equality.
Helping women in areas of war and conflict
Women for Women
Women for Women International has helped more than 462 000 marginalised women
By Victoria Holland
It’s weird the little things that stick in your mind. I remember when I was a kid in junior school my headmaster told a story in assembly that has always stayed with me - it was about passing on a smile. He said that when you smiled at
What is Right Speech? Saying the right thing to a person? It is that and more. It's a way to improve your life and those around you by making sure your speech is calm, thoughtful and helpful.
Sometimes saying the right thing can be difficult. Even choosing the right thing to
By Nivedita Singh
The presence of so many alternatives in our life makes one wonder how fortunate we are (or are we?). Making a choice is suddenly harder than we thought. The current environment requires every logical person to think through every decision they make, purely because things aren’t so simple
By Wendy Appleyard
A[dropcap] friend of mine gave blood – she didn’t want to – once finished she delighted in telling everyone all the details - right down to the kind of biscuit she was served afterwards. It was like her deed was done now, she had crossed that off her
By Simone Ravenscroft
We all judge each other - this is a fact of life. I believe I speak for the majority when I say, if you can genuinely look someone in the eyes and say you have NEVER passed judgment on another person in any way, you would be lying.
By Christine Guthrie
What does it mean in our society to be seen? To be noticed, appreciated, heard? Is it a fearful thing to be noticed? In our communities we need to experience processes of belonging that affirm us as individuals at the same time as providing communal group experiences that promote