Tag Archive for: humanitarian aid

Cyclists Pedal Across Australia in Ride for Compassion

A dedicated group of cyclists and support crew have set off on a gruelling 4,200 km ride across Australia, to raise $1 million for children in poverty.

Could You Survive Off the Same Rations as a Refugee?

An Australian school teacher taking on Act For Peace’s Ration Challenge – living off refugee rations for a week – and is calling others to join him.

How Christians Are Helping Ukrainian Refugees In Hungary

Akos Balogh spoke to a Hungarian Christian aid worker to hear about the 350,000 Ukrainian refugees in Hungary and how they’re being supported.

Running Towards the Disaster: Samaritan’s Purse in Ukraine

Samaritan’s Purse has feet on the ground in Ukraine and explains why when a disaster happens they want to be there helping people in a practical way.

World Vision Ready to Support Children Impacted by Ukraine Crisis

World Vision is hugely concerned for the welfare of Ukraine’s children, warning of the great risks they face if the Russia-Ukraine crisis escalates.

The Nurse Who Found Hope By Living on a Surgery Ship

Theatre nurse Merryl Mackenzie shares how her world changed when she volunteered for Mercy Ships for the first time 14 years ago.

“We Are Committed”: World Vision Pledges to Stay in Afghanistan

Kabul, Afghanistan has fallen to the Taliban, but the Christian charity will continue to provide humanitarian aid to its embattled people.

Women Church Leaders Calling on Government to Share Vaccines with World’s Poor

The Micah Women Leaders Delegation lobbied for continued and increasing generosity to Australia’s neighbours particularly regarding vaccine sharing.

Send Hope – Pack a Gift-Filled Shoebox for Operation Christmas Child

Packing a shoebox sends a message of hope, letting kids know that God loves them and has not forgotten them during this time of fear and uncertainty.

Aid Agencies, Celebrities, Churches and Leaders Get Behind the ‘End COVID For All’ Campaign

An army of Australian organisations and celebrities are calling on the Australian government to increase its international support in the COVID-19 crisis.

Amid the Devastation in Beirut, Aid Agencies Are Racing to Help

A week after the deadly explosion in the Port of Beirut, aid organisations now need Australians’ support more than ever to help the struggling nation.

Masked, But Not Silenced – African Enterprise Response to COVID-19 in Kenya

African Enterprise is reaching out to communities with the love of Jesus, knowing that no mask can silence the Gospel and its eternal hope for this nation.

African Enterprise South Africa Response to COVID-19

African Enterprise South Africa are delivering food, face masks and the Gospel message to those struggling most in lockdown conditions.

Prayer in the Pandemic: Inside the Emergency Field Hospitals

In an unprecedented medical response, Samaritan’s Purse have set up two emergency field hospitals in Italy and New York City – running simultaneously.

For Communities to Thrive All It Takes is Clean Water

Sanitation is so important, the United Nations recognised it in their Millennium Goals, setting a number of targets for communities around the world.