Love for Zimbabwe
July 2021When Tino Chu, head of Tzu Chi Zimbabwe, fell seriously ill with COVID-19, it was thoughts of those he serves that gave him strength to battle back from the brink of death.
Aid Team Doubles Down After Twin Cyclones in Mozambique
May 2021One after another, Cyclones Chalane and Eloise hit Mozambique at the end of 2020 and beginning of 2021. Tzu Chi sprang into action both times to help the victims find their footing again.
New Homes for Quake Victims in Indonesia
March 2021In 2018, an earthquake brought death and destruction to Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. In the aftermath, Tzu Chi worked to help build villages where survivors could find peace and safety again.
After the Beirut Explosion
January 2021When a huge explosion devastated a large region of Beirut in August 2020, Tzu Chi stepped in to offer a hand to help the impoverished in the area.
Safer Homes, Better Lives
November 2020This article highlights Tzu Chi’s efforts to make homes safer for needy and elderly people. Read how the foundation is helping to reduce falls or accidents through simple but effective preventative measures.
Convenience at a Cost
September 2020The next time you use a plastic bag, think before you throw it away. There’s little money in recycling plastic bags, but failing to do so will cost us more in the long run.
Let Love Travel During COVID-19
July 2020The pandemic has upended lives across the globe. Tzu Chi has been involved from the beginning, bringing relief to those impacted.
Forming a Line of Protection
May 2020This series of articles spotlights the role of Tzu Chi volunteers in supplying protective gear and food in the fight against COVID-19 in Malaysia.
March 2020Read a first-person account from a resident of Wuhan, China, right before and after the city was locked down due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Helping Flood-Affected Lao Farmers Get Back on Their Feet
January 2020Tzu Chi helped farmers in Laos who lost their crops to recent devastating floods rebuild their livelihoods.
Wise Words for a Good Life
November 2019Jing Si Aphorisms, a book that encapsulates the essence of Dharma Master Cheng Yen's teachings, celebrates its 30th birthday this year. This article chronicles the book's impact and how it grew from an idea to a bestseller.
Guided by Compassion–Serving the Needy in Jordan
September 2019Tzu Chi volunteers have served needy people in Jordan for over two decades. They persist at their missions, day after day, year after year.
Survival Challenges for Orphans in Sierra Leone
July 2019Many children in this poor country have lost their parents to natural disasters and a major Ebola virus epidemic. It is uncertain if these youngsters will survive to adulthood.
Aid to Mozambique
May 2019Despite the crushing devastation after Cyclone Idai, volunteers worked hard to deliver aid supplies into the hands of disaster victims.
March 2019In Penghu County, which consists of an archipelago near Taiwan, Tzu Chi volunteers work hard to collect and recycle garbage.
Rohingya Refugees in Kuala Lumpur
January 2019For more than ten years, Tzu Chi volunteers in Malaysia have been helping Rohingya refugees that have escaped persecution in Myanmar and settled in Malaysia.
After the Floods – Aid After a Dam Collapse in Laos
November 2018A hydroelectric dam under construction in Laos collapsed amid heavy rains. More than 6,000 people were displaced.
Revisiting Sri Lanka
September 2018Since the terrifying tsunami in 2004, Tzu Chi volunteers have often returned to help needy people there.
Ten Years Later
July 2018Ten years ago, a devastating earthquake rocked Sichuan Province, China. It bore witness to how such catastrophes can bring out the best in people.