Footsteps A magazine providing practical information to bring about positive change Share on Facebook Share on Twitter RESOURCESPUBLICATIONSFOOTSTEPS About Footsteps Footsteps magazine provides practical information to bring about positive change. It is published three times a year in four languages – English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. Sign up for Footsteps magazine FOOTSTEPS ISSUES Footsteps 99 - Climate change ‘Climate change’ means a large-scale, long-term change in the earth’s weather patterns or average temperatures. This edition includes practical advice on farming adaptations, renewable energy and staying healthy in the heat.Read More Footsteps 98 - HIV The response to HIV has changed dramatically since the first cases of AIDS in the 1980s. This issue includes health tips for living positively with HIV, an inspiring interview on fighting stigma and a Bible study on healing and antiretroviral therapy (ART).Read More Footsteps 97 - Hygiene and sanitation Clean water and safe sanitation improve everyone’s health and opportunities in life. This issue includes practical tips on hand washing, soap making and what really works when helping people to change their habits.Read More Footsteps 96 - Human trafficking We know that human trafficking happens all over the world. You may live in a region where you see its effects clearly every day or it may be more of a hidden problem.Read More Footsteps 95 - Poultry keeping Across the world many people depend on poultry keeping for their food and their livelihoods. We have included articles on nutrition and food safety, chicken health and some ideas on how to make money from your birds. Read More Footsteps 94VALUING FOODRead More Footsteps 93MOBILISING LOCAL RESOURCESRead More Footsteps 92CONFLICT AND PEACERead More Footsteps 91MATERNAL HEALTHRead More < Previous Page 2 Next > A number of issues have also been produced in Chinese, Bangla, Burmese and Hindi. To contribute articles, letters and photos, contact the Editor at email@example.com. To join a conversation about Footsteps, visit our Tearfund Learn Facebook page.