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The Council for International Development (CID), an umbrella agency for aid organisations within New Zealand, recently released a report: ‘ The Challenge of Change: the State of New Zealand’s International Aid Sector’ . This member survey overviews the state of New Zealand’s international aid...
The Council for International Development (CID) is the umbrella organisation for New Zealand development agencies. CID’s annual Member Survey provides a snap shot of the international NGO sector in New Zealand. The Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) remains the key government partner...
Let’s face it, clothing is an essential part of everyday life. We all wear clothes, therefore this conversation around our fast fashion habits and our ethical decisions is one that everyone should be taking part in. This is an issue that entails more than what you imagine when you think of the...
Through our Freedom Businesses project, Banzaid supports the expansion of the Freeset programme in West Bengal. Freeset bags, tee shirts, scarves and other products sold in New Zealand provide employment for women in West Bengal. The 2018 Ethical Fashion Guide has ranked Freeset at # 4 out of 114...

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Mother at a community savings group with her child.
Women are weaving freedom from poverty.
Children, like these boys, are receiving a proper education.
The Cash Crop project is promoting peaceful partnerships.
Communities are breaking free from the cycle of poverty.
Communities are being restored and transformed.
Young women are being provided opportunities for honest employment.
Village children now have greater educational opportunities.
Farmers in PNG are receiving better returns on their crops.