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October 19, 2018

Since the 7.5 magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit Sulawesi last month, the 1.5 million people affected are still in desperate need of support. The split-second damage caused by the disaster now demands long term solutions. Perhaps the most alarming issue arising out of the atrocity is the impact on the children of Sulawesi. Is it […]

October 9, 2018

World Church and All We Can deepens partnership to strengthen mission for global Church. (First published on The Methodist Church website on 6 October 2018) Integral to the Calling of the Methodist Church is to live out its discipleship in worship and mission. The World Church Relationships (WCR) team of the Methodist Church plays its […]

October 4, 2018

The Methodist Church in Britain and All We Can, the Methodist relief and development charity, have launched an urgent appeal for the people of Indonesia. On Friday 28 September, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck just off the central island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, setting off a tsunami that engulfed the city of Palu. Waves more […]

September 20, 2018

Graeme Hodge has been appointed as CEO Designate of All We Can and will assume the role of Chief Executive in December 2018. Graeme has been the Deputy CEO of All We Can since joining the charity in April 2016. Prior to this, Graeme spent 5 years as a consultant to the charitable and commercial […]

August 1, 2018

Response to the IDC report on the sexual exploitation and abuse of the intended beneficiaries of aid All We Can welcomes the report from the House of Common’s International Development Committee (IDC) that highlights the need for the aid sector to prioritise rigorous safeguarding policies and procedures that will protect the most vulnerable. Abuse of […]

July 24, 2018

All We Can joins governments, private sector organisations, other charities and organisations of persons with disabilities by signing the new Charter for Change for people living with disabilities. Today, International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt is bringing together global leaders and technology companies to tackle the barriers that prevent people living with disabilities from reaching their […]

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 […]

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