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Thanks to nearly NZD $155,000 from New Zealand's Disaster Response Partnership programme, ChildFund will reach 2,000 vulnerable people in Timor-Leste.
Youth Changemakers is about creating leaders in the community in Timor-Leste who will encourage positive change, the programme is evidence based and is collaborative.Continue reading
We're always trying new things at ChildFund New Zealand. At ChildFund, we are always looking for new ways to increase support for children living in Kenya, Zambia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Timor-Leste and the Pacific (our dedicated communities). As part of...Continue reading
At ChildFund New Zealand, our Theory of Change includes three programmatic areas: Ensuring the basic needs of children and youth are met; Keeping children and youth protected from harm; and Listening to children's opinions on issues that affect them most. We believe that by...Continue reading
With thanks to generous supporters who give monthly to help children, young people, families and communities in Timor-Leste, 60 young people there are accessing what they need to be future community leaders. A key focus of the work that ChildFund...Continue reading
This week Radio Rhema's Andrew Urquhart interviewed our CEO Paul Brown about the work we are doing to help achieve better outcomes for children, young people, families and communities in the Pacific. The interview follows the announcement of ChildFund New Zealand's...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.
Thanks to our monthly donors and sponsors, ChildFund is responding to COVID-19 in 60 countries worldwide. Having established, solid local partnerships in place and being part of an international alliance is key to ChildFund New Zealand in helping children thrive....Continue reading
Anita’s son was just a month-old when she noticed something was wrong. His health deteriorated after she took him to a hospital, where, sadly soon after, he died. Anita still does not know the cause. A lack of health information...Continue reading