Why do girls feel unsafe not only in countries like Nepal, but also on Australian streets?
Learn about our Child Sponsorship program, our Child Focused Development approach and how to use My Asian Aid online account at the one spot.
Crime and violence, child marriage, alcoholism and poor school attendance place children at increased risk. Help address these issues and enable children to become agents of change.
Your generosity helps us respond quickly to new and pressing needs.
We empower disadvantaged communities through quality Education, Advocacy and Health Care.
Sponsor a child to help children and their families, schools and communities grow strong for life.
Today is the International Day of Non-Violence, and it’s time for us to consider some tough questions.
As Asian Aid’s sponsorship program expands, we want to keep our supporters informed about any developments. The newsletter will now feature a section where we will respond to questions we receive from our supporters.
“I enjoy knowing that such a small amount of money each month can make such a huge difference for these children… I realised what a huge amount of money $10 is to people”.
Karen McCall – Sponsor of two children
“Teaching in my own culture is fun, but teaching English in Indonesia is life changing. The trip affirmed my calling and passion to this kind of work.”
Neil Greenwood – Volunteer for HELP – 2012
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