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Read how a single mum in Emali, Kenya no longer has to worry about her children falling sick now they have access to safe, free healthcare thanks to Kiwi support!
For children living in Luangwa, Zambia the walk into school was treacherous and long. Now, thanks to the support of Kiwis children can attend a school nearby.
Read how Kim, aged 11, is now safe from harm now that she and her family have access to a latrine!
An update from one of our Pacific community areas
In a country like New Zealand, it's difficult to imagine what life would be like without a toilet in our home. But for 2.4 billion people around the world, this is their reality – making it a daily challenge to stay well and keep their children healthy. In the rural north of Vietnam, ChildFund is helping to tackle this issue by raising awareness of good hygiene practices and supporting families to build their own toilets. This is Ti's story.
Millions of people in the Horn of Africa are facing hunger, displacement and loss of livelihoods due to severe drought in the region. In the affected countries – Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan and Uganda – more than half of those impacted are children.