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Afghanistan Crisis

Photo above: Afghan people who were transported from Afghanistan, walk after disembarking a plane, at the Torrejon military base as part of the evacuation process in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2021. (AP Photo/Andrea Comas)

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We’re on the move!

We’re on the Move! Mobile Operations Centre Current Location Our team is on the move, working to see hope in every home. Keep up to

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Disaster Services

Cyclone Seroja

APRIL 15, 2021 | 8:00 A.M. SYDNEY – Convoy of Hope has contacted potential partners and is assessing the needs in Western Australia. Tropical Cyclone Seroja made

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Disaster Services

NSW Flooding March 2021

Convoy of Hope is monitoring and evaluating the flooding that is happening across the state of New South Wales. (Photo: AP News)

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Hope for the New Year

Watch a Conversation with Dr. Robi around Hope and Resilience in the New Year Collectively we saw and experienced bushfires, cyclones, a global pandemic and

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Disaster Services

Cyclone Yasa

Convoy of Hope has launched a response to help Fijian communities start the recovery process. Our team is on the ground organising 1,000 family food kits to distribute across the impacted areas.

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Disaster Services

COVID-19 Response

Convoy of Hope is responding to the Coronavirus outbreak across the Oceania region through our Hope in Every Home Response. Our focus is to deliver much-needed goods and necessities to individuals and homes in need. Our desire is that these hampers will bring a smile and a little hope in tough times.

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Agriculture

Regrow Response

The Regrow Response is a school children’s planting project that launched out of our 2020 bushfire response. The project will see a total of 34,000 tubestock cared for, nurtured and planted into pots and delivered to bushfire affected residents in New South Wales, Australia.

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Disaster Services

Rebuild Vanuatu

Convoy of Hope is responding again to storm damage that occurred on April 4th as Cyclone Harold hit Vanuatu as a Category 5 severe tropical cyclone.

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