Humanitarian

The inside – a message from the President and CEO

In this final Humanitarian of 2016, we highlight the importance of emergency preparedness, and call upon your support for our annual festive appeal.

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I drove home crying all the way

Pauline Gill thought natural disasters only happen to other people, but that all changed when a bushfire hit near her home.

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News in brief

Catch up on our latest news, and join us in remembering our fallen humanitarian colleagues.

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New beginnings

For this Kiribati village, the installation of new water and sanitation facilities is making a huge difference to community health.

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A home away from homelessness

Welcome to the Brisbane Night Café, where Bob and his team offer a place for young people to get back on their feet.

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Life and loss in South Sudan

The situation in South Sudan is grim, but humanitarian workers remain committed in their mission to assist communities affected by conflict and disaster. 

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Sue’s mission: to find the missing

Tracking down loved ones displaced by disaster and conflict is a difficult task. But according to Sue Callender, a positive outcome can be achieved with the simplest of methods.

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Rare pair battle with blood

Angus and Gabrielle suffer a rare blood disorder, but these young superheroes are determined to keep on battling.

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Why giving is good for business

Workplace giving is not just good business sense. For James Viles, it's also a great way to make a difference.

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Culture under fire

It's not just lives that are lost in war. Destruction of cultural property and heritage is another casualty of conflict.

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A place where big dreams are born

Amber experienced some tough times as a young mum, but her determination to help others is unwavering.

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