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How Our Fursa Kwa Watoto Teachers Inspire Us On World Humanitarian Day!

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Today on World Humanitarian Day, we celebrate teachers from our Fursa Kwa Watoto Programme who provide vital early learning experiences to children in their respective schools.  The Fursa Kwa Watoto Programme finished early in 2018, but teachers, Dontila James and Floriana Kifumbu have continued their important work well…

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Barn Dance Success!

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We are delighted to announce that our Barn Dance hosted in collaboration with The Foyle Hospice has raised an incredible £30,000! Event organiser Gregory McLaughlin said: “Earlier this year my wife Cathy, my son Jude and I decided we wanted to hold a barn dance at our family…

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An Interns Experience – NCS workshops

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Our intern Sara describes her third week of interning in our head office. Sara worked alongside our public engagement team who were delivering workshops for the National Citizen Service! This is my third week as an intern for Children in Crossfire, and it is still amazing and very…

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Meet our Intern – Sara

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I am an intern for Children in Crossfire for the month of July in the Development Education Department and it is my first week and I am already loving it! My name is Sara Henderson and I am a 21-year-old Spanish student at the University of Groningen in…

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Cultivating Compassionate Global Citizenship

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Findings from Teachers on Educating the Heart A new report from Children in Crossfire presents a thematic analysis of teachers’ experiences of implementing the ‘Development Education: Educating the Heart Pupil Programme’. The full report can be accessed here, or view the key findings. Children in Crossfire’s Educating the…

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St Ronan’s Primary School Going for Gold: Nurturing Compassionate Global Citizens.

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“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all” ~ Aristotle. St Ronan’s Primary School are the first school in Northern Ireland to receive Children in Crossfire’s Gold Award for nurturing compassionate global citizens. The primary school in Newry, County Down have brought their students…

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Ukerewe Island – Part Two

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OUR HEAD OF FUNDRAISING, RONAN MCCAY SHARES HIS EXPERIENCE OF A RECENT TRIP TO TANZANIA TO VISIT OUR INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS. IN THE FINAL INSTALMENT OF THE TANZANIA DIARY, RONAN IS IN UKEREWE ISLAND. The school toilets I’ve just seen were infuriating. Every child using them is at risk…

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Ukerewe Island – Part One

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OUR HEAD OF FUNDRAISING, RONAN MCCAY SHARES HIS EXPERIENCE OF A RECENT TRIP TO TANZANIA TO VISIT OUR INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS. IN PART 5 OF THE TANZANIA DIARY, RONAN VISITS UKEREWE ISLAND. You might remember hearing the name Ukerewe Island on the news late last year. It was between…

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Tanzania Diary: Misungwi

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OUR HEAD OF FUNDRAISING, RONAN MCCAY SHARES HIS EXPERIENCE OF A RECENT TRIP TO TANZANIA TO VISIT OUR INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS. IN PART 4 OF THE TANZANIA DIARY, RONAN VISITS MISUNGWI. It’s dark but still hot when we land at Mwanza Airport. A short drive through sloping neon-lit streets…

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World Immunization Week – Tanzania

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We are delighted to share an important update from Tanzania following World Immunization week which takes place annually during the last week of April. Chiku Lweno, our Strategic Partnerships and Advocacy Manager outlines the progress being made in creating an effective protocol for the delivery of vaccines. According…

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