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Tearfund sent this email out to subscribers to their Ethical Fashion newsletter. We liked it so much we got permission to republish it on our website: If you’ve ever read ‘Little House on the Prairie’ , you’ll know how minimalistic Christmas shopping was in the Ingalls household. I can still...
Ella Martin is a student studying development at Victoria University. Through 2018 she has been volunteering as an intern with Banzaid, so see some practical examples of how development works. Here she reflects on Banzaid’s Freedom Businesses project with Freeset in Kolkata. Freeset is a freedom...
During 2018, I had the privilege of being a part of the Banzaid team. Every other week, between studying development and environmental studies at Victoria University, I would go and visit Paul Thompson at his office in Karori. I would help where needed, dive into chats about development, debrief...
This year the Asia-Pacific region is going through a round of disasters. Starting with the Lombok earthquake, Kerala floods, Japan earthquake/landslides, Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines and now there is another tragedy with the 7.5 earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia....

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Creating alternative employment for women.


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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.