When you think about your wellbeing and work, what would make a difference to you?
We found five photographers living in communities where CARE Australia works, and asked them to share their favourite images that depict daily life, and capture the ways that supporting women helps defeat poverty.
How savings groups have led to greater gender equality among husbands and wives in Vietnam.
Promoting Land Rights for Ethnic Minority People ran in Vietnam from 2016-2018, with $785,000 in funding from the EU. It reached 1,211 people directly, and nearly 12 million indirectly.
The Voice and Rights for Ethnic Minority Women ran from 2015-2018 with $400,000 in support from the European Union. The project was in partnership with the Vietnam Women’s Union, and reached 105 people directly and 22,000 indirectly.
Many of the millions of people in need do not live in any of those places you have seen on TV. Forgetting those crises will not make them go away, on the contrary, they will likely only worsen.
The four-hour drive north of bustling Hanoi brings us to the province of Bac Kan where the contrast between both places could not be starker
Sitting three deep in a glorified canoe, I’m carefully motored across the Plane of Reeds on the Mekong Delta in south west Vietnam. I’m told that six metres below the water’s surface sit rice fields, land which only a month ago held hope of a buster…
On a pebbled beach, Vietnamese fishermen scratch barnacles from the hulls of vessels propped up on wooden blocks. They scour their bottoms using stones and chisels, picking at the tiny crustaceans trapped between the planks of wood, before reapplying a…