Spreading like a wildfire

Wycliffe and Digni grassroots anticorruption course in high demand.

“Now we live in harmony!”

Solomon Agono Okiro suffers from AIDS, but his wife Chrispus Atieno Agono is not infected. “We’ve learned to live together without infecting one another,” they tell us.

Slow change coming

The traumas of the earthquake brings attention to the lack of mental health services in Nepal, says Shristee Lamichhane.

Persecuted for his faith

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“This is not about us”

More than 160 organizations protested in front of the parliment.

“We should fight for the poor”

- Norwegian politicians should work hard to reverse aid cut, says Gerardo Apaza.

“This is very useful”

"It is inspiring to see others working towards the same vision and mission", Samuel Mario Rojas Muriel and Zion says.

Exults over budget agreement

On Monday evening it was announced that the cooperative parliamentary parties have reached agreement on the state budget for 2016. Intense […]

“We have let donors believe they are heroes”

- We must change the story we tell to donors, says former Chief Executive in Tearfund, Matthew Frost.

“Women are stepping forward now”

Major growth in the number of women in the parish parish councils in Western Ethiopia.

– Corruption creates inequality

Digni and Wycliffe launches new anti-corruption course. - We are already looking forward to start using the new course, says program director Huma Sadaf from Pakistan.


- Now the bureaucrats, politicians, civil society, and the academy must work together, Secretary General Jørn Lemvik writes.