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“Since 2008 the project has operated a pre-school programme which has provided a basic start to over 2000 children, enabling them to get admission into nearby primary schools, and they are found doing very well at primary and high schools now.” This is the comment of the independent reviewer...
In Bangladesh, Banzaid’s local partner is Baptist Aid-BBCF . Baptist Aid is the aid and development department for the Bangladesh Baptist Church Fellowship (BBCF), who are a national organisation of Baptist Churches. In February Banzaid manager, Paul Thompson, visited Bangladesh for the Centenary...
In January I spent the week in Malaysia, at meetings of the Asia Pacific Baptist Federation. The APBF represents 60 different Baptist groups in 22 countries with over 33,000 local churches. The conference was a meeting of three subcommittees within APBF – Theology, Mission and Development. I was...
The Council for International Development (CID) is the umbrella body for New Zealand organisations working in aid and development. A recent press release predicts that 2019 will be a challenging year for New Zealand aid organisations. Conflicts, natural disasters, refugees, climate change and...

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Papa New Guinea
Helping to develop sustainable farming.


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India
Creating alternative employment for women.


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Bangladesh
Supporting communities to grow together.



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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.