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July 10, 2018

India is mesmerising, chaotic and unforgettable. India, according to the CIA World Factbook, is home to approximately 1.3 billion people, many of them crowded into its big cities, like New Delhi or Mumbai. And the streets of these cities aren’t just full of people, but also with cars, tuk-tuks, motorcycles, thousands of feral dogs and even with cows and the occasional […]

June 25, 2018

On the 15 July, a team of All We Can supporters and staff will be taking to the streets of London for the Virgin Sport British 10k. This race takes in some of London’s most iconic landmarks, and has a real party atmosphere with live music at every kilometer – what better way to raise […]

June 13, 2018

A blog from Claire Welch, Churches and Volunteers Manager, inspired by her recent visit to All We Can’s work in Jordan. We entered the military controlled zone as we drew closer to the Israeli border. The heat was intense in the Jordan valley, as was the atmosphere that division breeds. We meandered along the path […]

June 11, 2018

The word ‘sandcastle’ conjures up happy seaside memories from a childhood growing up in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Days spent on the beach creating masterpieces of sand and stone. My brother and I would cleverly craft a moat so it would capture the tide before our castle was swept away. Today the word encapsulates a far more […]

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 30, 2018

The dictatorship of Idi Amin; the devastation wrought by the Lord’s Resistance Army; and the Entebbe hostage crisis – for many people, Uganda’s name will always be inextricably linked with these tragic and heartbreaking events. But Uganda is actually so much more. It is an amazingly beautiful country that is rich in natural resources, including copper, cobalt, crude oil, […]

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 […]

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