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May 18, 2018

Fundraising can often seem a bit of a daunting exercise. What could you do? Who will help you out? Where do you begin? When you’re passionate about a cause but feel at a loss as to how you can help, the words of tennis player and social activist Arthur Ashe are a great help: ‘Start […]

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 […]

May 11, 2018

So Moses and Aaron did just as the LORD had commanded them. Moses was eighty years old, and Aaron was eighty-three when they made their demands to Pharaoh. Then the LORD said to Moses and Aaron, “Pharaoh will demand, ‘Show me a miracle.’ When he does this, say to Aaron, ‘Take your staff and throw […]

April 20, 2018

Malawi is popularly known as the ‘Warm Heart of Africa’ for the kindness and friendliness of its people. It is also a country of spectacular scenery and diversity of landscapes. The lowest point in Malawi is just above sea level, but it also boasts soaring 10,000-foot peaks. And while Malawi is a landlocked country, it […]

April 18, 2018

Should the UK provide humanitarian and development assistance to other countries? Speaking at the Wellcome Collection last week in London, Development secretary Penny Mordaunt said: “Britain stands for free trade and cooperation, the rule of law, justice and human rights. We believe in bravery, in service and in sacrifice. We believe in the potential of […]

April 5, 2018

At All We Can, there aren’t many things we enjoy hearing about more than the extraordinary lengths that our supporters go to in order to support people living in some of the world’s poorest communities. That is why we were so touched to learn of the remarkable accomplishment of two members of Ashby Wesley Methodist […]

April 3, 2018

So there I am, in a bleak East Indian state, sitting on a cold stone floor in a dilapidated building, surrounded by dozens of colourful women dressed in beautiful saris, listening to them tell me about their lives. You soon forget that your legs have gone numb as you hear the incredibly difficult, yet inspiring […]

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 […]

February 5, 2018

In the heat of the Zimbabwean sun, with the dusty dirt of the dry season and the tension of political uncertainty and fragile life, I was more than a little nervous. As we approached the homestead where Tulani and Angela live, with their four children, I was getting worried – would I know what to […]

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 […]

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