Sitati Wari and Sita Sharma Dhakal report back on their Integrated Pest Management class at a Farmer Field School in Syangja.

 

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Sitati Wari and Sita Sharma Dhakal report back on their Integrated Pest Management class at a Farmer Field School in Syangja.

Sea level rise means coconut trees are having their roots exposed as the water gets closer to shore in Ha'apai, Tonga.
Thu 20 November 2014
 Caritas supports the government’s prioritising of the Pacific for direct climate change...
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Tue 30 September 2014
In the face of increasingly severe storms and changing weather patterns causing drought and floods...
Small yet strong - Voices from Oceania on the environment
Wed 24 September 2014
While money and energy continues to be spent on global talks about climate change, Pacific...

Parihaka Day

As many communities around the country prepare to commemorate...

Training Hygiene Promoters in South Sudan.

Caritas has sent $150,000 to South Sudan where a humanitarian...

Warawara forest.

Caritas has developed a new guide for teachers in ways to nurture kaitiakitanga (stewardship)...

 

 

 

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