In order to fight poverty we have to begin by investing in women. Tackling gender inequalities doesn’t just affect women, but can end global poverty — for everyone.
As the Syria war enters its seventh year, Country Director John Kilkenny reflects on all that the Syrian people have...
As the Syrian war enters its seventh year, we tally the cost so far.
In his final blog post from the field, Alexi Lubomirski reflects on the people and communities we work with in...
Alexi Lubomirski gives us his thoughts and first impressions of Concern's programming in Nairobi, Kenya, where he has joined Concern's team on the ground.
Early last year, when Somalia was cited as one of four countries on the brink of famine, it brought on...
1 in 9 people go hungry each day — but why? Check out the top 9 causes of world hunger.
Ever wondered which countries are getting the most foreign aid? We answer your questions about how much the United States...
For Valentine’s Day Concern brings you just a few of the many stories of love we see every day in our work.
Two young men walk into a room. They don’t know each other, they come from different cities,...
If you’ve been paying attention to a bit of Concern’s work, you’ll have noticed that we talk...
The residents of remote Marsabit County, Kenya, show that real progress can spring from the basics — talking and listening.
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