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Aussies are being urged to support the ‘Buy a Cow’ appeal to help farmers from North West QLD to rebuild their herds of cattle after the recent floods.

World Hearing Day To commemorate World Hearing Day on Sunday 3 March Dementia Australia is reminding Australians to check their hearing to help identify and prevent hearing loss potentially reducing their risk of developing dementia. Dementia Australia CEO Maree McCabe said hearing health is related to brain heath, with age-related hearing loss a contributing factor […]

Members of the Catholic community have responded with great sadness after news broke about the sexual abuse conviction of Cardinal George Pell.

WORLD NEWS Published 26 February 2019       Measles is endemic in Papua New Guinea Vaccination levels are low, and there are regular outbreaks. MAF partners with Kompiam District Hospital to make outreach visits to the remotest parts of PNG possible. Read more   From Pioneers, How do we endure in mission? How do we endure when […]

Wanting to help Africa’s young people thrive and fulfill their God-given purpose, African Enterprise established the Foxfires Youth Program.

While Australia’s largest cities are experiencing record population growth, towns like Mackay, Gladstone and Geraldton are struggling to attract numbers.

Thousands of homes are inundated with water as the North Queensland city of Townsville suffers the deluge of a one-in-100-year flood.

African Enterprise’s Street Children Program connects local churches to disconnected children, restoring their dignity and equipping them with life skills.

 

Over half the world’s population growth is expected to be in Africa between now and 2050. Survival is a priority and spiritual wellbeing seems insignificant, but for African Enterprise, it’s where their aid work begins.


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