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COVID-19 Awareness in Kiribati: A Multi-Level Partnership

The Kiribati Health Champions are going out into their communities to raise awareness of COVID-19.

Struggle continues to protect Namosi from mining in Fiji

March 2020: Kositatino Tikomaibolatagane from Caritas Fiji and the Catholic Archdiocese of Suva reports on a recent visit by a World Council of Churches (WCC) delegation to Fiji.

Clean water: a basic for survival and safety

For World Water Day 2020 (22 March) – a reflection on the need for safe water in our region.

Cardinal calls for end to ‘selfish policies’ in deep sea mining discussion in PNG

Written by Nigel Akuani, through the Catholic Bishops Conference of Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands

Reflections on return from the Holy Land

A blog by Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand Director Julianne Hickey on 29 November 2019.

I rejoiced with those who said to me,
"Let us go to the house of the Lord."

On hope, fear and journeying to Bangladesh

A blog by Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand's Mark Mitchell on 25 May 2018

Prior to settling at Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, Mrs Akter had a prosperous life in Myanmar where she raised cattle and li

A community of welcome and integration

A blog by Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand's Joanna Viernes on 25 May 2018

In this year’s Message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, Pope Francis encourages us to respond to every stra

Caritas Talanoa Dialogue Joint Statement

Statement by Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand's Teresa Thorp and Caritas Oceania representative Auimatagi Joseph Moeono-Kolio on 09 May 2018

Mr President,

Responding to Cyclone Gita

A blog by Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand's Mark Mitchell on 04 March 2018 

It’s now three weeks since the most powerful cyclone in 60 years passed over the islands of Tongatapu and ‘Eua in th

Surviving in South Sudan

A blog by Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand's Mark Mitchell on 05 January 2018 

It’s always challenging to walk into a camp for displaced people or refugees.

Rohingya refugees living on a knife edge in Bangladesh

A blog by Caritas Scotland’s Valentine Morgan on 18 December 2017

More than 655,000 Rohingya refugees have now fled over the border into neighbouring Bangladesh where they find themselves h

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Tutu ana te puehu - Stirring up the dust