As the World’s first Fair Trade Nation, we are proud to be celebrating the upcoming Fairtrade Fortnight (25th February – 10th March 2019).
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On Monday 3rd of December HCA will be joined by Leanne Wood AM and John Griffiths AM to mark the day, alongside the Disability in Wales and Africa Network (DWA). The event will take place at the Temple of Peace in Cardiff.
On Thursday the 18th of October at the annual Wales Africa Health Conference, Jane Hutt AM will be formally announced as the new patron for the Wales for Africa Health Links Network (WfAHLN).
Friends of Monze, a Bridgend based charity that is linked to the Monze area in southern Zambia have just rebuilt a fourth school and started building a fifth school.
With the recent cold winter and then the subsequent hot summer here in Wales, you can start to see the strain on our infrastructure and resources, in Zimbabwe, the effects are far greater.
Sector 39 have recently returned from delivering a series of permaculture training sessions to help support communities to grow new crops and use their land sustainably.
Health professionals from the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have been training medical staff in a rural region of Lesotho.
Today is full of opportunity and promise, as world leaders descend on London for the UK’s first ever Global Disability Summit. We, some of the UK’s leading international development organisations, call on decision-makers to make lasting commitments to people living with disabilities across the world.
David Nott, last year's winner of the St David's Award for International Work & co-founder of the David Nott Foundation delivered a public lecture titled; "My experiences practising surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa".
Trio Uganda who are based in the capital city, have recently returned from Uganda where they have been developing an outreach programme to work with the poorest families in the community, those living on under 65p a day.