Thailand – Bangkok Coffee Cop

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.

Jordan – Bayan’s Story

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.

Laos – Hum Noy

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.

Ethiopia – South Sudanese Refugees

Campaign video for the Act for Peace Christmas Bowl 2015 appeal focusing on improving water and sanitation facilities for South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia.

Gaza – Fighting Malnutrition & Anaemia

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.

Gaza – Rebuilding Lives

Eight months after the war in Gaza, over 300,000 Palestinian children remain in desperate need of psychosocial counselling to overcome their trauma.

Zimbabwe – Conservation Farming

Zimbabwe is becoming more vulnerable to climate change and decreasing rainfall. Farmers are learning to cope with these changes by using conservation farming methods.

Myanmar – Rescuing Child Soldiers

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.

Bangladesh – Nipa’s Story

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 – Urban Refugee Care

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.