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Ami Grady | Children In Crossfire

My Vietnam Adventure

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog, Real Life Stories

Recently I embarked on an amazing trip to Vietnam with an incredible charity, Children in Crossfire and I felt it was so inspiring that it was time to put pen to paper to honour its memory – a memory shared can last forever! I had heard Richard Moore’s…

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World Fairtrade Day, Zaytoun Googs | Children In Crossfire

World Fairtrade Day 2017

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog, Real Life Stories

World Fair Trade Day is an inclusive, worldwide celebration of fair trade as a tool for change, held every year on the second Saturday in May. It is endorsed by the World Fair Trade Association, a global network of organisations representing the Fair Trade supply chain which has…

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Children At Ilemela Pre-Primary School, Tanzania | Children In Crossfire

My visit to Ilmela Pre-Primary school

On Tuesday 14th March 2017 I visited Ilemela Pre-Primary School, Tanzania. I spent quite a bit of time observing the class and the teacher in action.  It was lovely to see the children so engaged with their teacher.  After each activity, she would shout out to them ‘good…

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Overseas Aid Fiction or Fact | Children In Crossfire

Overseas Aid: The Facts and Fiction

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog, Fundraising, news article

Setting the Record Straight about Aid Time and again, we see that public support in Ireland for overseas aid is very high in Ireland. Not only do opinion polls show that Irish people say they back the spending of money on aid, but they also put their money…

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Fairtrade Experience | Children In Crossfire

My Fairtrade Experience

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog, Education

The Fairtrade Experience of Bennett Kushnick, Children In Crossfire Intern In Our Development Education Department.  “On Thursday, March 9, 2017, I attended the Fairtrade fortnight event at Ulster University’s Magee campus library. There were a range of Fairtrade treats or treats made using Fairtrade ingredients. The treats included…

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World Water Day | Children in Crossfire

Safe Water Provision On World Water Day

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog, campaigns, Fundraising

Children in Crossfire are delighted to have the continued support of Watercooler World as part of our ongoing programme in the Wolisso area of Ethiopia which aims to address the serious challenge of malnutrition in young children in that area. Malnutrition, whether it be mild or severe, has…

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A Few Moments In The Life Of | Children In Crossfire

A Few Moments

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog, Education

As Children in Crossfire’s Head of International Programmes, sometimes I can get distracted by the day to day work in the office.  Therefore it’s nice to reconnect and not lose sight of the lives that will ultimately be impacted by all our effort!  One way to remain connected…

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Fairtrade Business | Children In Crossfire

3 Reasons You Should Become A Fairtrade Business

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog, campaigns, news article

Children in Crossfire has been working as part of  Foyle Fairtrade for the past ten years. We feel this is important, as the injustices of poverty are closely linked to unfair trading conditions for people in the countries we work in. If the injustices of poverty are to be…

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Apex With Children In Crossfire | Children In Crossfire

Apex With Children In Crossfire

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog, news article, press release

Apex Housing Association have had a fantastic Partnership with Children in Crossfire for almost 17 years. We provide funding to Children in Crossfire who in turn offer opportunities to Apex staff that would otherwise not have been available. This strong relationship would not be possible without the commitment…

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Addis Hiwot Housing Project | Children In Crossfire

Addis Hiwot Housing Project

Posted by Children in Crossfire in Blog

This month we are able to provide an update on 60 families we have been working with over the past 8 years.  In 2008 they lived in makeshift houses in a graveyard with no food, no water or access to medicine.  The children begged on the street to…

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