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June 11, 2018

Living on sandcastles: Monsoon rains hit fragile Rohingya refugee camps At 2.30am this morning a mud wall in a shelter in the Kutupalong camp of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh collapsed killing a young boy and injuring his mother. The landslide was triggered by the start of the heavy rain typical in this region at this […]

May 15, 2018

All We Can was delighted to discover that Bina Silwal, Director of Koplia Nepal, was recently awarded ‘Woman of the Decade in Community Leadership’ by the Women’s Economic Forum. With All We Can’s support she attended a ceremony earlier this month in New Delhi, India to receive her award. All We Can has worked with […]

March 1, 2018

“We are who they call Rohingya. That is the name given to us” – Mohammad Rafiq. Cox’s Bazar is a tourist resort, all white sand beaches and swaying palm trees. Rich Bangladeshi families hold their selfie sticks high and try and squeeze as many people into picture-postcard moments as possible. It often makes me smile that […]

January 26, 2018

Sierra Leone is a country of stark contrasts. It is home to gorgeous beaches, verdant rainforests and rare creatures, including the endangered pygmy hippo. It also has the fastest growing tourism industry in the world. In fact, according to the Daily Mail, the number of visitors traveling to the country rose by 310% from 2015 to […]

January 22, 2018

Change happens when we all work together On Saturday 20 January 2018, 200 people gathered together at William Booth College in London for a day of inspiration, challenge and action with All We Can. Together, they asked the question, ‘What role can we play in tackling global injustice and poverty’? Here are some of the highlights […]

January 18, 2018

This week, the newly appointed International Development Secretary, Penny Mordaunt MP, has said that the UK aid budget should be allocated to “issues the British public care about passionately” and that best serve the UK’s “national interest”. She also stated that the UK might cut aid to developing countries that fail to invest in their […]

December 1, 2017

In 2007, the British Medical Journal polled it’s members on what constitutes the greatest medical milestone of the last 150 years. From the 15 medical milestones presented for discussion, sanitation was the clear winner – seen as more important to national health and saving lives than even the development of antibiotics and anaesthesia. Getting the basics right […]

November 25, 2017

Conservative estimates ((USAID figures)) put the number of children around the world who have lost one or both parents to HIV at over 17 million – 90% of whom live in sub-saharan Africa. Even worse, almost 3.4 million children in sub-saharan Africa under the age of 15 are living with HIV themselves. The pressure on […]

November 6, 2017

In Cameroon, older people like Samuel often lack access to their basic rights making them feel invisible within society. All We Can has been supporting an innovative local organisation in northern Cameroon that is finding ways to alleviate poverty and raise awareness of the rights of older people. Samuel Nyingou is a father of six […]

October 30, 2017

In 2017, communities across East and Southern Africa have felt the impact of consecutive seasons of drought that have scorched harvests and ruined livelihoods. Through the generous support given to its East Africa Famine Appeal, All We Can has been working through organisations responding to this crisis in six of the worst affected nations. Find out […]

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