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Burundi has been rocked by political tension caused by disputed presidential and parliamentary elections. Our local partners in the country have asked us to pray for peace and security.
All We Can has welcomed the agreement of the Methodist Council to continued discussions about how the relationship between the charity and the Methodist Church in Britain might be deepened and strengthened. Maurice Adams, Chief Executive of All We Can, commented: “All We Can and its predecessor organisations have always had a special relationship with […]
Over the next three days, world leaders will gather at the United Nations’ New York headquarters to formally adopt 17 new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
All We Can reaffirms its commitment to supporting those who have fled the conflict in Syria, and to contributing to addressing some of the root causes of the crisis.
Despite political instability and violence, All We Can’s partners are continuing to help people in one of the world’s poorest countries to fulfil their potential. Burundi is currently one of the poorest countries in the world. In 1993, civil tension between ethnic groups came to a head in a conflict that lasted for 12 years leaving an estimated […]
Our partner CDVTA in Cameroon has long called for a National Policy on Ageing and they have had some exciting news…
On June 17 an estimated 9,000 people converged on parliament to urge MPs to back strong action on climate change
A month after the second of two devastating earthquake hit Nepal, All We Can’s local partners have been playing a vital role in helping people to begin to recover.
On 17 June Methodists will take part in the largest mass lobby of Parliament on climate change in UK history.
As Nepal begins to deal with the aftermath of two devastating earthquakes, All We Can has joined a call for Nepal to receive immediate and unconditional debt cancellation.
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