Wadjak Community Leader, Dena Gower, walks down to the banks of the Derbarl Yerrigan in WA. This is the land where her ancestors lived.
In many parts of the world, people can’t reduce the spread of illness so easily. Much of this is due to a lack of clean water.
Many things shape our perceptions of reality. Our fears sometimes limit the conclusions we draw, and our blind spots can limit our vision.
This year the SWS challenge is back with a revamped look and new options for challenge takers!
The pandemic continues to impact the lives of our partners in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Fiji and Zimbabwe, read their stories.
If you need to use the toilet, how far do you have to go? At home, it’s probably close by in a private room with a locked door.
As I write, it’s the Week of Aboriginal Reconciliation and the Sunday in the middle of that week is Pentecost Sunday. This connection is powerful.
For the past 10 years, Fiona Briers has journeyed with many marginalised women in Ho Chi Minh City, through her involvement with Bright Solutions.
In 2005 John Dean established a partnership with Binh Phouc Association for the Disabled, Poor and Orphans (BPADPO) to help the people most in need.
The sellers in Wuhan struggle to make a living, so many use their animal cages as a bed, guarding their livestock while they sleep.
Recently, we’ve all been thinking a lot more about sickness. In many parts of the world, people can’t reduce the spread of illness so easily...
Good sanitation is spreading — but there are still many places in Vanuatu, and other countries, where they don’t have this awareness.