After contracting polio and becoming deaf as a child, Rattanak was isolated and alone until he discovered The Deaf Development Program.
Corporal Naratip Bunhanbud has been a traffic policeman in Bangkok for the past three years but his heart remains in his home town, working in his families coffee shop.
After being forced into marriage at the age of 12, Janaki is now a young entrepreneur from Nepal.
Bayan is a 12-year-old Syrian girl, living with her family in Jordan. She struggled to overcome the trauma of growing up in a conflict zone but now, Bayan is an academic high-achiever, flourishing in a stable school environment.
Since attending the Intellectual Disabilities Unit in Vientiane, Hum Noy (8), who has Down Syndrome, is now able to communicate with his family and friends and live a more active life.
Campaign video for the Act for Peace Christmas Bowl 2015 appeal focusing on improving water and sanitation facilities for South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia.
Malnutrition and anaemia rates in children have risen since the end of the 2014 war in Gaza. Fatima is a midwife ensuring the most vulnerable children are given medical care.
Eight months after the war in Gaza, over 300,000 Palestinian children remain in desperate need of psychosocial counselling to overcome their trauma.
Zimbabwe is becoming more vulnerable to climate change and decreasing rainfall. Farmers are learning to cope with these changes by using conservation farming methods.
There are an estimated 5,000 child soldiers still active in the Burmese Army. The government has said they would demobilise them but progress has been slow.
In a small village on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, one young woman’s drive and creativity has been harnessed. Now, 18-year-old Nipa is her own boss.
Ethiopia is now the largest refugee hosting country in Africa, with over 630,000 refugees seeking shelter. This is putting a huge strain on the already delicate health care system in the country.