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Pray with us in September

Pray with us in September

For Your Prayers… Download your copy of Prayer Notes here WACT Give thanks for the successful visit of INF Australia’s International Programs Manager Russ Hancock, with whom WACT was able to share stories of their work and a vision for the future. Russ also travelled...

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Raising your voice in a shouty world

Raising your voice in a shouty world

Why advocacy really matters Scroll through social media, tune into an amateur podcast or flick open your local paper: there have never been more opportunities for ordinary citizens to tell the world what they think. From ‘what I eat in a day’ to opinions on the...

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The hidden power of respect

The hidden power of respect

When we look for the impact of our work with partners in Nepal, we often focus on the material changes - clean water in a village, the ability to earn an income or send children to school. These things are incredibly significant, but there are other equally valuable...

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Of clouds and clarity

Of clouds and clarity

    In a small room a couple of hours out of Pokhara, Nepal, the rain is coming down hard. It’s been bucketing all night; outside the air is thick and mist circles the village. How long has it been raining? Days? Weeks? Twenty-five-year-old Rhianne, on her...

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Good news from the Ear Centre

Good news from the Ear Centre

The Ear Centre is an important part of the care provided at Green Pastures Hospital. It’s one of the only places in Western Nepal where affordable medical treatment is available, with the treatment subsidised for those who have previously found the high cost of...

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The fork in the road

The fork in the road

Santosh Nepali grew up in Western Nepal in a community marked by disadvantage. “I did not have a childhood that parents would dream of for their children. My father left our family - my seven sisters and I, along with our mother - when I was four years old,” he says....

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A leader in the making

A leader in the making

Nankala Magar’s journey from a young widow and former Maoist combatant to a rural municipality’s Vice-Chairperson has been long and difficult. Nankala is thirty-seven years old and from Sunchahari Village in Rolpa. She lives with her mother-in-law and son. In her...

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Leprosy is a disease of poverty

Leprosy is a disease of poverty

  Sukmaya Sunar was diagnosed with leprosy a little less than two years ago. For months before this she had been experiencing painful swelling and raised nodules on her skin. Sukmaya's family – her husband Padam and their two sons – are not wealthy. Their work is...

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Prayers for July

Prayers for July

  "The blind receive their sight, the lame walk, lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear; the dead are raised up, the poor have good news preached to them." Luke 7:22 Thank you for committing to pray with us for our brothers and sisters in Nepal. You can download...

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