Over Global Care's 35-year history we have helped rebuild communities ripped apart by conflict in countries as diverse as Rwanda, Afghanistan and Iraq. DIANE BALL recalls the Kosovan Crisis in the late 90s,. and her work with Global Care helping children re-start their education..
*Moe’s father died after a long battle with kidney disease when Moe was just seven years-old. Life was tough for Moe and his little sister as their widowed mother was left all but destitute, apart from the use of one piece of land.
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When *Hart was seven, her alcoholic father abandoned his family. Homeless and unable to support her five children on a housemaid’s wages, Hart’s mother appealed to the Sri Lankan authorities for help. The four youngest were sent to children’s homes. Hart and her older sister went to one home. Her two younger brothers went to another.