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Latest News from the Charity Gifts Australia Blog

  • CARE Slams Australian Government Decision To Cut Back On International Aid

    CARE Australia, the International aid agency has criticised, the Australian Government’s decision to cut back on foreign aid, which was announced by Treasurer Joe Hockey during the mid year Economic and Fiscal Outlook. CARE says it has serious doubts about whether the Government is sincere about its stated objected of Australian aid being better planned and more effective.

  • UNICEF Says Attacks On Syrian Schools Must Stop

    Last year there were as many as 68 attacks on schools in Syria which ended up killing and maiming students as well as threatening the ability of children affected by the conflict to study and have a normal daily routine says aid agency UNICEF. This is one of the great tragedies of the Syrian civil war and there is an urgent need to do something about it.

  • WWF Urges Australian Government To Permanently Protect Greater Fitzroy Delta

    According to a recently released report, there is a requirement to make sure the Greater Fitzroy Delta region is permanently protected so that it does not become the next place along the reef that ends up at risk from rapid and unchecked industrial development.

  • Caritas Australia Responds To Flooding In Sri Lanka

    In late December 2014, Sri Lanka was lashed by torrential rains which resulted in wide spread damage across the island nation. Over 1 million people have been left homeless and displaced after their houses were damaged by flooding and landslides. The response by the international community has been far from adequate and there is an urgent need to do something about it.

  • WWF Report Shows Australian Protected Areas Growing But Species Remain Threatened

    A new WWF report suggests that despite a large rise in the number of nature parks in the country, over hundred Australian species that are on the brink of extinction remain unprotected. The Building Nature’s Safety Report shows significant growth in protected areas in Australia since 2002, however the habitat of 138 species that are threatened still fall outside of the safety net.

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