May 21

Feed a Family – Mildred’s Story

“Life was hard. Sometimes we would only eat once a day for days at a time.” Mildred is a single mother of four, living in rural Zambia. She works as a farmer, but she struggled to grow enough food to feed her family. Often, with no crops leftover to sell, …

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May 20

National Volunteer Week 2024

This week is National Volunteer Week and here at ADRA, we have over 2,000 reasons to celebrate! Throughout the week, we are going to profile ADRA volunteers who generously give of their time and talents. Without our volunteers, our National Programs would not be possible. Don, ADRA Pakenham Don’s journey …

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May 14

ADRA Mobilises Urgent Humanitarian Response in Gaza

ADRA is taking urgent action to address critical food security needs among displaced communities in Gaza in response to the escalating humanitarian crisis in the region.   Amidst the ongoing conflict in Gaza, the plight of the local population has reached critical levels. Families have been forcibly displaced, essential infrastructure …

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Mar 27

Celebrating 40 Years of ADRA – Jean’s Story

To mark our 40 year anniversary, we wanted to hear from some of our staff and showcase a significant experience or memory they have from their time at ADRA. Today’s story comes from Jean Tiran, Chief Financial Officer (pictured below on a project visit in Zimbabwe). In August 2020, Jean …

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Mar 25

ADRA granted 5-year DFAT re-accreditation status

ADRA Australia has been granted full accreditation from the Australian Government for another five years. The accreditation, through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), means ADRA is eligible to receive annual government funding for development projects. The accreditation process is lengthy and rigorous, designed to ensure NGOs are …

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