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2019 Reflections from Nairobi – Life on the Streets
As 2019 comes to a close we wanted to share an update from Grace Empowerment with you, and celebrate all that this programme was able to achieve...
A round of applause for Walter the Farmer Duck! #GivingTuesday2019
Wow! Just last week, together we raised over £11,000 to support families in the Sindhupalchowk District of Nepal as they work towards rebuilding...
Giving Tuesday has come around again! And cheeky Walter the Duck is up to his usual antics Every year he likes to take on a new challenge for a great...
GoGlobal Reflections: Elizabeth
Elizabeth, our IN Sponsorship Coordinator writes about her recent trip to Nepal, the things she learnt, challenges she faced and more about the...
Meet Amie – the INUK Intern!
Hi there! I’m Amie, 21 year old student on a placement year with university I am interning with International Needs I wanted to intern with IN...
Supporting Families in the Sindhupalchowk District of Nepal this Harvest
Donate here to help families in the Sindhupalchowk District of Nepal through our Livelihoods Programme For churches: Click below to access a...
Are you up for a challenge? Apply for one of our charity marathon positions!
We are looking for runners who will go the distance for our IN projects by completing the London or Brighton marathon If you are an avid runner,...
Looking for a good read? Check out our latest edition of invision!
Our Spring 2019 edition of invision magazine features interviews with some of our amazing project partners around the world, with a particular focus...
How Far Do You Go To Get Water?
“Four seconds” This was the response that IN Uganda National Director, Justus Miwanda, received from a young boy when he posed this question...
Real Hope for Kawangware’s street children
“Never worry about numbers Help one person at a time and always start with the person nearest you” You only have to be in the company of the...
Prossy’s Story of Hope
“My Name is Prossy and I am a mother of seven children I lost my husband in 2010 when my oldest child was in primary seven and my youngest was...
Sponsorship, School and Science – Mbasha Rehema’s story.
Mbasha Rehema lives in Buikwe, Uganda Despite facing difficult circumstances in her childhood, with support from her family, her school and her...
invision magazine Winter 2018 Edition.
Our Winter 2018 edition of invision magazine has arrived! Click the link below to catch up on the latest updates from our work including the recently...
Our New Partnership with RUSH Kenya
We are very excited to announce our new partnership with RUSH Kenya, led by Andrew and Lucy Amukowa RUSH Kenya provides vital support to poor and...
It’s #GivingTuesday 2018!
Today for #GivingTuesday we are raising urgently needed funds for our newest project, RUSH Academy in Kakamega, Kenya Teachers around the...
My name is Lydia and I am the 8th born in the family of 10 children My parents are subsistence farmers and when I was young they always struggled...
Join the International Needs UK Team!
“My six years of working for International Needs have been the most rewarding of my career” If you are looking for a job with meaning...
International Needs UK says farewell to Jo Wilson
Dear supporters and IN Family members, We are sad to announce today that Jo Wilson, our sponsorship coordinator, will be leaving us...
Get to know Gyan, The Director of International Needs Nepal
In January this year Gyan (Pronounced Jan) Shrestha took over from Esther Thapa as Director of International Needs Nepal Here he has written a little...
Harvest 2018: Hope for Kenya’s Street Children
Wachira’s story Wachira moved to the streets as a teenager He left home as his parents always argued and did not return as his...
Real Hope in Kenya’s Kawangware Slum.
Mary’s Story We have changed Mary’s name to protect her privacy Mary has seven siblings and has grown up cared for by a single mum...
Meet some of our volunteers!
Every week, we have a number of volunteers who come into the International Needs office in Selsdon They give their time, energy and skills to support...
Story of Hope: Jessica’s story
Jessica lives in Buikwe Uganda and looks after her two grandchildren after their parents sadly died from HIV/Aids Her grandsons rely on her to...
Keswick in Devon
For over 5 years now I have been Sponsorship Co-ordinator for International Needs 18 months ago I moved to Sidmouth in Devon and was delighted to...
Classrooms urgently needed at La Bonne Nouvelle School, Burkina Faso.
Danny Morris- National Director A trip to Burkina always brings surprises, learning new aspects of Burkina life, the good the bad and...
Interview with Catherine from Kenya
Last month, Catherine came with us to visit our Street Boys work in Kenya Read...
Job Opportunities for Passionate People
New Year and New Opportunity Would you come and join our team We are worldwide Christian development agency working to help families suffering...
How was our Christmas Concert?
We wrapped up 2017 with our annual International Needs Christmas Concert We are so thankful to South Norwood Baptist Church who hosted the event for...
A Big Month for a Little Duck
This last month you may have noticed that we had a new member join the International Needs UK team His name is Walter - he is bright yellow and has a...
Job Opportunity – Programme Officer
We are currently searching to hire a Programme Officer to work with our team in our office here in Caterham, in support of our projects around the...
Story of Transformation – Rachel
Rachel attends Doblogonno Community School, which is in a peri-urban community in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana She belongs to a large family of...
What are you doing on 24th November?!
Knowle Parish Church, near Birmingham, are hosting a Concert in aid of our work on 24th November Matt Baggott is one of our trustees and will be...
The Burden of Thirst
In 2016, International Needs met ten year old Eric (waving in the photo) and his family He lives in Buikwe District in Uganda Every day before...
What a wonderful week we have had!! Since the beginning of this year, we have been working in partnership with BFSS and UNESCO Chair to develop...
Esther Thapa from IN Nepal here in the UK
On September 9th to the 18th, we are hosting Esther Thapa Esther is the executive director of IN Nepal She and her team work to support families...
Lydia Ladies take part in the Kathmandu 5km fun run
Sponsored by Ogilvy, the Lydia ladies were able to have a great time taking part in the Kathmandu fun run celebrating International Women's Day...
Event Review – Hever Castle Jazz Concert 2016
International Needs have been blessed by the opportunity to use the beautiful grounds of Hever Castle and their wonderful festival theatre for many...
YOU DID IT – a new maternity unit in Bobo!
Thank you to everyone who has been partnering with us on this project, we are finally finished and the maternity unit is open for use Young families,...
Golf Day 2017 – May 17th
Did you take part with us last year How did your team do We are really looking forward to this year's Golf Day back at Singing Hills Golf Course...
A New Year and A New Us
This year we are launching The International Needs Family This is a membership body of supporters who have committed to give to our work on a...
Water Update – the W.A.S.H Uganda programme is under way
Since the April 25th earthquake last year, IN supporters demonstrated such generosity and care for the people of Nepal by raising over £44,000 This...
A Small Moment – The impact of assisting a child’s education
Each big change starts with a small moment…and you have given a child or student that small moment that changed everything for them You did...
London Marathon 2016
On Sunday April 24th we cheered on our Virgin London Marathon runners: Clare, Nana, Penn, Barry, Matt, Paul and Mandy All running for...
Go-Global in Burkina Faso
In January INUK sent a team of 12 people to visit our work in Burkina Faso The group was a good mix of people, including two of our trustees Tony...
Helping Families Create a Sustainable Future
We see families as the beneficiaries at the heart of what we do Strong families build strong communities and in turn produce stable societies...