5 Facts About Poverty and Disabilities in Nepal

Nepal is an Asian country locked between India and China. With more than 40% of the population living below the poverty line, Nepal is “one of the least developed” countries in the world. Despite the country’s hardships, Nepal is making great strides to improve its condition, which opens up possibilities to lower the poverty line. Read more…

Renewable Energy in Sudan

Sudan is a developing nation in Northeast Africa with a population of around 47 million people. The World Bank report from 2023 shows 15.3% of the population living under the international poverty rate ($2.15), 49.7% living under the lower middle-income poverty rate ($3.65) and 86.2% living under the upper middle-income rate ($6.85). While these figures Read more…

Updates on SDG 7 in Lebanon

The country of Lebanon is engaged in a war which the actual state of Lebanon has neither the power to begin or end, and has been suffering from the same financial crisis since 2019. In addition to a refugee crisis that has heightened sectarian strife to unprecedented levels, an energy shortage seems to be a Read more…

Renewable Energy in Monaco  

Renewable energy in Monaco is becoming more common today. From seawater heat pumps to solar power, these are resources that are not easily depleted within our lifetime and Monaco looks to become a more green country. Renewable energy allows for better energy efficiency and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which in turn helps with combating changing Read more…

Child Marriage in Burkina Faso

Despite the implementation of the National Strategy for the Prevention and Elimination of Child Marriage in 2015, girls in Burkina Faso remain more likely than not to be married before they turn 18. The strategy outlines commitments aimed at ending child marriage in Burkina Faso by 2025. According to the United Nations (U.N.), however, current Read more…

Shelter from the Storm: Make It Happen

    How Your Support Is Helping to Protect Lives in Malawi   In March 2023, Tropical Cyclone Freddy devastated several countries across Africa. In Malawi, the equivalent of six months of rainfall hit the region in just six days. The subsequent floods, land slides, and storms claimed over 1,200 lives and displaced over half Read more…

Poverty in the Bible: The Definition of Poverty

Many view poverty only in terms of money. In the most common definition of poverty, the poor are those who simply do not have enough income. But what does poverty mean in the Bible? Poverty in the Bible: Exploring the Scriptures There are 178 uses of the word “poor” in Scripture. So what does poor Read more…

Resilience Amidst Disaster: Amber’s Malawi Diary

“There’s an incredible sense of community amongst the residents of this camp. They share what little they have and prepare meals together. But they need homes – urgently.”   Author: Amber woods My name is Amber and I work as Head of Partnerships for Habitat for Humanity Great Britain. Recently, I travelled to Malawi to Read more…

Christian Philanthropy: The Challenges and Overcoming Them

Welcome to our first Philanthropy blog of 2024, a series in which we invite different voices to contribute to conversations about philanthropy, what this looks like and what it means to different people. This month, we are delighted to introduce Ruth Jackson from Stewardship – Stewardship connects Christians who feel called to give, and provides Read more…

Leave A Legacy In Your Will, Change the World Through Shelter

Leave a legacy. Change the world through shelter.   Have Your Will Written for FREE Today! The smile on a child’s face as they step into a home they can call their own for the very first time. A parent feeling relief knowing their family is protected by a secure, lockable door. The joy of Read more…