There are several different areas within "News & Views":
1. Worldwide Projects Helping Children -ranging from Crisis Appeals to the Betesda family home helping Street Children in Romania and the Bethany home for destitute children in Tamilnadu, India.
Take a look at the different projects in Africa, The Americas, Australasia, Europe and Asia, and the British Isles.
2. Latest News - a huge page, which has been updated whenever time has allowed, about all
the many additions to the different areas of the site since the first pages were built in 1998; the many sequential News pages have been left on line as a brief record of the developments that have occurred during the building of the different areas here.
Area 6 also includes a permanent memorial of the Terrorist Attack on America on 11th September 2001 - as well as the page about the London bombings on 7th July 2005.
Also in the News area you can access the full archive of Newsletters back as far as 1999 and browse through Kathryn Watts's writings on her experiences of
travelling and the lifestyles of children in other countries.
3. Views - selections from the website Guestbook in the early days (including a number of Appeals for help for individual children, some of them still ongoing).
4. Creativity - ncluding poems, artwork, stories, articles, jokes etc. Inclusions range from "Glaxibel The Avenger", a UFO
story linked with Roswell, written here in England, to "How to Prevent Cot Death, written by a forensic scientist in New Zealand. Poems range from well-known classics like William Wordsworth's "Daffodils" to an unusual one about the interaction between teachers and parents, and the new area for Aesop's Fables includes over 200 of these timeless moral tales.
5. FOCUS includes a wealth of information about playgrounds and playing fields; an educational project across Israel, Palestine and Jordan
following migrating birds using satellite telemetry; Global Peace Containers [using shipping containers to provide durable and affordable buildings, and emergency housing]; the HEAF project, in Harlem, helping to overcome the social and academic problems faced by inner-city kids; a link to the Hunger Site (where you can donate food, for free, every day); the extraordinary RedR network that provides trained personnel to humanitarian aid agencies across the world, to relieve immediate suffering after disasters; the MERU charity that designs custom-made aids for disabled children, including an
infant bathing chair, school chairs, an air chair insert (for commercial flights), and much more; and a tribute to Princess Diana
and her work with landmines.