News and Stories
A partnership between three of New Zealand’s most well-known NGOs today launched a new project aimed at ending violence against children in Solomon IslandsContinue reading
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and to mark it at ChildFund, we look at the first year of a five year programme, funded by MFAT and NZ supporters, in the Solomon Islands to improve youth mental health and wellbeing.Continue reading
ChildFund's team has expanded to the South Island, with the recent move of our Senior Technical Adviser Sally Angelson to Dunedin.Continue reading
ChildFund has been working with communities in South Tarawa, Kiribati, for nearly five years, establishing relationships with local families, Government and other community organisations.Continue reading
Congratulations to Sharon and Terry from the Solomon Islands, who have recently graduated with a Diploma in Counselling form the University of the South Pacific (USP). This is part of a five year project supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade through ChildFund New Zealand’s Negotiated Partnership Programme.Continue reading
New Zealand and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) have today announced a partnership to increase the social and emotional wellbeing of vulnerable children, youth and their families in the Pacific and Southeast Asia region.
Learn more about the partnership through this press release, and a video from our Programme Director, Quenelda Clegg.