Earlier this year and with your support, Wangki Tangni launched their very own radio station. It's a vital lifeline of support to women who face violence alone in isolated communities.
Bombs are exploding over Mosul. Women and families who’ve lived under ISIS control for more than two years are now taking cover from the ravages of this battle, or risking snipers and landmines to flee the city.
As a girl, Lucy wasn't allowed to play on the banks of the rushing Ngoboro River. Today, a drought has reduced that river to a trickle, and families struggle to get the water they need.