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Along a dusty, crumbling road, 15 minutes from Gokwe Town Centre in the Midlands Region of Zimbabwe, two villages are scattered across the southern African landscape – Bandawa and Mabuyani. Earlier this month, I spent a few precious days with people in those two communities who, with the support of All We Can, are overcoming […]
Today is International Friendship Day, an opportunity to think about the difference friendship can make. All We Can believe in the power of friendship – that together we are stronger and in community we can do more. In Deberemeaza in Ethiopia three friends are working together to change their community.
This Sunday it is the British 10K in London and All We Can are very excited! This year the race is a British street party with a twist. Runners will start at Piccadilly and race all the way to Whitehall, taking in the sights of Trafalgar Square, St James’s Palace and Westminster Abbey, plus many […]
The United Nations have marked today as International Widows’ Day, this may seem like a surprising day to recognise. Some may question why there is even a need for a Widows’ Day. Across the world many women find the death of their husband is only the beginning of a traumatic journey and often a decline […]
This #VolunteersWeek we are focusing on the amazing difference volunteering makes. At All We Can we are privileged to journey with hundreds of people who give their time in one way or another to make a difference to people living in some of the world’s poorest communities. One of the most common questions asked of […]
Tim Baker recently attended the ECG Conference in Scarborough and was challenged to be bold and turn his calendar inside out!
More than £340,000 has been given in response to the East Africa Famine Appeal and lives are being saved.
Do you ever feel mentally exhausted when you turn on the news or pick up a paper? A blog about the East Africa Famine Appeal and why we really can make a difference – even in the face of such need.
Why All We Can’s work is featured in the Pink Lady Food Photographer of Year shortlist and some thoughts on food and poverty.
Revd. Gail Hunt explains why Gracious Street Methodist Church responded to the East Africa Famine Appeal.
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