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On 26 February CAFOD will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Family Fast Day, now called Lent Fast Day.
A new Trust that will bring power to the people by supporting community-owned renewable energy projects across Cumbria is being proposed.
A school student campaign for fairer schoolwear has led to supermarket chain Tesco doubling the number of Fairtrade cotton school uniforms they stock.
The RSPCA and NFU (National Farmers Union) are joining forces to help farmers and their animals caught in the snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures that have brought parts of the country to its knees.
China has been accused by campaigners, analysts and heads of state of being the chief culprit in scuppering an effective deal to tackle global warming at the Copenhagen summit.
Ireland’s largest bookmaker Paddy Power are taking bets on the estimated global polar bear population on 31 December 2011 according to the world's largest independent conservation organization, the WWF.
Halima Salim lives in the Masasi district in Mtwara region, Tanzania. When diagnosed as being HIV positive, she was still mourning the death of her husband and her baby twins.
It’s international toilet day, so we thought it only appropriate to compile a list of the best of the bogs.
A non-profit development agency in India, Astha, is running education camps for young women who have missed out on their time in school.
This Christmas you can get innovative and think outside the traditional (gift) box with an alternative festive gift from leading international development charity World Vision.