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Cyclone Pam: Disaster Recovery 2 Years On

Almost two years on from Cyclone Pam, TEAR Australia and our partner Nasi Tuan continue to work with communities to recover from the disaster.

One of the major activities over the past two years has been to re-establish crops that generate income for communities affected.

Cashing in on recovery

As a community based organisation, Nasi Tuan has…

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Cyclone Pam: Disaster Recovery 2 Years On
Cyclone Winston causes significant damage to homes and communities in Fiji

Cyclone Winston causes significant damage to homes and communities in Fiji

On 20 February Cyclone Winston tore through Fiji with sustained winds of 250km/h and gusts up to 350km/h being experienced. Communications have been difficult with outlying islands so gaining information regarding casualties and damage has taken many days. Latest reports suggest 350,000 people have been affected by…

40 Years of Effective Australian Aid through ANCP

40 Years of Effective Australian Aid through ANCP

To mark the 40th Anniversary of the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) and celebrate the impact of the Program over the past four decades, we are excited to present a collection of photographs and case studies highlighting ANCP achievements from across the globe. As part of the ANCP, TEAR's contribution to…

Advocacy resources for organisations in north India

Advocacy resources for organisations in north India

Mark, a long term supporter of TEAR, has worked together with our partner in India, Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA), to produce some excellent advocacy resources for organisations operating in north India. These 'Advocacy Manuals', one each for most states in north India, detail almost 40…

Building a new life after Cyclone Pam - UPDATE

Building a new life after Cyclone Pam - UPDATE

Nine weeks after Cyclone Pam devastated so many communities and families in Vanuatu, people in Tanna, where TEAR’s partner Nasi Tuan is focussing their work with up to 5,000 households, are doing their best to replant, rebuild and re-settle. Most people have returned from evacuation centres to their own villages…

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