Sri Lanka is facing its worst economic crisis since 1948 and is experiencing food, medicine and fuel shortages, rapidly rising prices and power cuts.
Read on to discover the difference Compassion Volunteers are making and the impact they’ve had in the last 12 months.
The COVID-19 pandemic meant we had to temporarily pause the Compassion Experience. But it’s back for 2022!
In November 2020, conflict broke out in the Tigray (northern) region of Ethiopia and has since spread to some of the surrounding regions. Here we provide updates on the current impact to Compassion's programme.
For many of us in the UK, and globally, life has become that much more difficult owing to the cost of living increases.
After much prayer, planning and research, Compassion is opening projects in two more countries - Malawi and Myanmar.
Read on to find out why Members of Parliament gathered at the House of Commons on Monday 31 January 2022 to celebrate the tremendous work of Compassion’s Child Survival Programme in Togo, funded in part by UK Aid.
Several aftershocks from the earthquake during August hit the southern part of the country on Monday, 24 January.
For the second year running we're delighted to invite you to watch this free virtual carol service to celebrate the joy of Jesus’ birth. This beautiful carol concert features a host of talented artists and Compassion-supported children from around...
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