Thanks to our supporters, Dianne* now knows how to keep herself alive in the next emergency
When we first met Anjali back in 2014, she wasn’t going to school regularly because she had to stay home and look after her younger siblings while her mother worked.
Families have fled horrific violence. Villages have been burnt to the ground. Rahmmot and his mother are Rohingya, an ethnic group that is known to be one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.
We’ve had some great results from our three-year disaster preparedness project in the Philippines that’s just finished!
Meah used to keep her feelings to herself and rarely cried.
Beatrix has embraced reading and is now one step to achieving her dream job of becoming a doctor.