85 per cent of the world population lives in the driest half of the planet. Approximately 97.5 per cent of the water on earth is saltwater. If all of the world’s water could fit in an average bucket, only 1 teaspoon would be drinkable. 1.1 billion people are without access to safe water. The recommended […]
Author Archive | Paul Dymott
Have you ever seen a photograph that makes you just stop and wonder why? For me, this is one such photograph.
With all the publicity, hysteria and at times manic excitement over the new royal baby, Prince George, I’ve been contemplating what type of life a child being born this year can expect to have.
How do you summarise 1264 miles and 13 days into a couple of paragraphs? Well that’s what the Gundry family intend to do.
Photo Friday this week is a little different. Rather than looking at one of the countries Compassion is working in, we’re looking at something that recently took place in the UK.
Last night I watched a game of football on TV. Nothing new there; I like my sport and I like watching it.
I am so privileged to have the father that I do, to have grown up having his influence in my life and feeling the love he has for his family.
What do a Compassion employee in the UK and a graduate of Compassion’s Leadership Development Programme in Uganda have in common?
There are some things in life that cause you to stop and think about the future.
I encountered this boy as I visited a project in Haiti.