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A tiny bundle wrapped in a dirty rag; the way the young woman cradled it you could tell the contents were precious. Nakira, a young refugee from Nigeria, walked into the clinic in Cairo. Unable to speak Arabic, her pleading eyes told the staff she needed their help. The bundle in her arms was her newborn son – delivered by Nakira on her own and carried through the streets in her arms to the...

Today, 11 October, is the UN International Day of the Girl. We have seen time and again how vital it is, not...

Meet Shadi and his brothers whose lives were saved during the 2014 conflict in Gaza by our amazing partners at...

A few months ago, our Palestine and Israel Partnerships manager, Stephen Tunstall, wrote about how the...

‘I am sick, having rheumatoid arthritis, said Amisi, a 59-year-old widow who makes around £35 a month from...

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