By: Sharon Fitness
Each year ACCTV likes to dedicate one week to the remarkable efforts of Compassion and other like-minded organisations doing impressive work amongst the poor and marginalised throughout the world, particularly children.
Gamai was just a toddler growing up in Guinea, West Africa, when she pulled a pot of boiling water over and badly burned her arms.
Hundreds and even thousands of Venezuelan migrants cross into Colombia each day, leaving behind chaos and deprivation. They’re hoping to find safety and economic opportunity in their neighbour nation or other countries farther south, such as Ecuador and Peru. But the journey is demanding, dangerous, and filled with uncertainty.
By: Anne Rinaudo
A new UNSW, Australian Council of Social Services (ACOSS) study highlights inequality in our society – and how to fix it. The Inequality in Australia 2018 Report highlights the stark disparities between the haves and have nots in Australia and the impact it could have on society. ACOSS CEO Cassandra Goldie shared insights from the report on Open House.
My daughter Rebecca was in Uganda a few years ago. She was sharing the Gospel and providing midwifery services in rural communities. A man who was associated with Good News Unlimited, asked her why our ministry didn’t splash money around more liberally.
By: Anne Rinaudo
Ronald Henderson famously chaired a Commission of Inquiry into Poverty in the early 1970’s.
In his report, Henderson sought to identify the extent of poverty in Australia in terms of inadequate income relative to need.
By: Stephen O’Doherty | Open House
A Kiribati man living in Australia has provided one of the first accounts of a ferry tragedy in Kiribati which is believed to have taken up to 80 lives including students on their way to start the school year.