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Concern Worldwide
12/05/2016 at 15:25. Facebook
How many of this year's Christmas presents will still be making an impact in years to come? Concern Christmas Gifts will be, as Donal Skehan recently discovered in Malawi. Browse for little rabbits like Stefano's now! [ Bit.ly Link ]
Concern Worldwide
12/02/2016 at 14:34. Facebook
Malawi is a diverse and vibrant country full of beauty and potential, as Donal Skehan discovered on his recent trip with Concern. See the full video: [ Youtu.be Link ]
A big shout out to everyone taking part in the Concern Fast today. Your hard work is helping to fund life-saving treatment for malnourished children like Loveness. We cannot thank you enough.

If you want to take part but haven’t signed up yet, there’s still time, just go to [ Concern.net Link ]
The connection between hygiene facilities and school attendance is simple, especially for teenage girls in Ibuga School, Tanzania.

This World Toilet Day is your chance to start giving a crap. Learn how we are prioritising sanitation in our programmes around the world: bit.ly/2f3C0aQ
Thanks so much to our fab five – Brian Keane Fitness, Nutty Nutrition, Gym Bunny, Sinead Forde and Edel Wade – the amazing fitness stars acting as ambassadors for this year’s #ConcernFast.

All five are offering great reward incentives to any of their followers who sign up to the Fast.

FInd out more: [ Concern.net Link ]
Every village we visit in Malawi we spend so much time with the children taking photos and then showing them- instant laughter! We're on our last evening of our trip here- so many incredible stories, so much hardship but also incredible resilience through adversity... #donalmalawi [ Bit.ly Link ]
Donal is currently in Malawi visiting Concern's life-changing programmes around the country. See #donalmalawi for more.
“We just want to go home,” they pleaded, “We just want to go home”: Syrian refugees in Turkey share their stories. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Syrians in Turkey: “We just want to go home”

#TBT to Concern Fast participants over the years. Do you recognise any faces?

Read stories from some of our long-standing Fast supporters: [ Bit.ly Link ]
When you donate to Concern, you can be sure that over 90% of your money goes directly to those need it.

In fact, our record of transparency and accountability has been so good that we’ve just been honoured with an award at the Good Governance Awards.

So thank you, to anyone who has ever donated to Concern, for continuing to make our work possible.
An end to hunger is within reach.

While 795 million people around the world are hungry, we can be the generation that puts an end to hunger forever. Find out how:
We are the generation that can end hunger forever. That means zero hunger for everyone. Everywhere.
Six years after Haiti was devastated by an earthquake, its people are facing the impact of Hurricane Matthew. 350,000 are currently in need of assistance and it's feared that up to five million people may be affected. Donate to support: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Hurricane Matthew, the strongest Caribbean storm in nine years, hit Haiti early this morning. Flooding and power outages have already been reported on the island where tens of thousands still live in tents. Our team is there on alert and monitoring the impact closely. [ Theguardian.com Link ]

Hurricane Matthew: Haitians flee inland as violent storm approaches

#GlobalGoal 1: End poverty in all its forms. Everywhere.

Subhash and Sita from Bangladesh were unable to farm their land following cyclone Aila in 2009. Thanks to your support, they now grow rice and vegetables and proudly support themselves.
To celebrate Culture Night this Friday - eight Instagram accounts that tell African stories through an African lens.

[ Concern.net Link ]

Want to see the real Africa? Eight Instagram accounts to follow

Like many people in Haiti, Djenise Hilaive missed out on an education. But now – thanks to your support – her future looks much brighter.

We’re supporting training courses in Port-au-Prince that are giving people like Djenise the skills to work in salons or run their own businesses one day.
“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” ― Malala Yousafzai
Women farmers in Kishoreganj, Bangladesh rejoice after a successful cropping season! Thanks to your support, these women have experienced much success and joy over the past five years.

From livelihoods training, to education, to community preparedness – our work in Bangladesh over the past five years has transformed thousands of lives. Here are some of the success stories: [ Bit.ly Link ].

Concern Worldwide - Fighting extreme poverty in Bangladesh on Exposure

Going back to school is an exciting occasion marked by a mixture of nerves and anticipation, but for many young Syrian refugees it has become a bittersweet event and a reminder of an uncertain future: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Bittersweet Back to School for Syrian children in Turkey