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What I have learned…

Chloe recently spent some time with us reading and researching for her Duke of Edinburgh course. This is what she had to say afterwards… After just one week of researching information and inspiration I came to realize that ‘a Girl &

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The birth lottery

My Girl turns 18 today. She is pictured here with some kids in Vanuatu who sang with her, did drawings for her and mucked around with her sunnies while she read with them for a week. Vanuatu has the lowest

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There is no them, only us.

This is my most favourite quote. “If you have come to help me you are wasting your time. But if you have come because my liberation is bound up in yours, then let us work together”. It connects me to my

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2014 Annual Report

Our 2014 Annual Report is out! We’d love you to have a read and see what was great in 2014, see how your support made such great change possible. One of the Girls I am most proud of is Luisa, who

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Making peace with uncertainty

I experienced my first earthquake this week. I was in Kokopo, East New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea. This pic was taken at sunset just hours beforehand. I was there for work, my ‘day job’ takes me all over the

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path to preacher began

Then there are the rhymes, a tough yet erudite demonstration that not only was Maestro “a hip hop tic tac tician” but that he was “not American.” That may seem like an obvious line now, but back then Canadian rappers

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