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 107 - Waste 106 - Sexual and gender-based violence 105 - Land rights 104 - Prisons 103 - Entrepreneurship 102 - Health and faith 101 - Caring for orphans 100 - Impact and change 99 - Climate change 98 - HIV 97 - Hygiene and sanitation 96 - Human trafficking 95 - Poultry keeping 94 - Valuing food 93 - Mobilising local resources 92 - Conflict and peace 91 - Maternal health 90 - Lifelong learning 89 - Livestock 88 - Managing disasters 87 - Non-communicable diseases 86 - Stigma 85 - Trees 84 - Leadership 83 - Millennium development goals 82 - Natural resources 81 - Celebration issue – 20 years 80 - Micro-enterprise 79 - Managing everyday risk 78 - Migration 77 - Food security 76 - Accountability 75 - Sharing ideas 74 - Household health care 73 - Sanitation 72 - Family life 71 - Effective communication 70 - Agriculture and climate change 69 - Sexual health 68 - Forgiveness and reconciliation 67 - Urban renewal 66 - Human rights 65 - Adding value to food 64 - Planning for sustainability 63 - Meeting the MDGs 62 - Literacy 61 - Impact of HIV on children 60 - Facilitation skills 59 - Pollution 58 - Theatre for development 57 - Financial stewardship 56 - Learning from disaster 55 - Families under pressure 54 - Household agriculture 53 - Holistic development 52 - Nutrition 51 - Water 50 - Increasing our impact 49 - Disability 48 - Traditional medicines 47 - Biodiversity 46 - Appropriate technology 45 - Advocacy 44 - Networking - HIV & AIDS 43 - Motivating change 42 - Focus on health and dental care 41 - Looking after our land 40 - Celebration issue - 10 years 39 - Older people 38 - Child participation 37 - Sustainable healthcare 36 - Conflict management 35 - Micro-enterprise 34 - Animal health 33 - Insect-borne diseases 32 - Food security 31 - Readers' feedback 30 - Water, sanitation and hygiene 29 - PLA 28 - Street children 27 - Population 26 - Credit schemes 25 - Fish Farming 24 - Women's health 23 - Drug rehabilitation 22 - Training 21 - Technology 20 - Environment 19 - TB and AIDS 18 - Disasters 17 - Evaluation 16 - Literacy 15 - Soil erosion 14 - Immunization 13 - Clear vision 12 - Partnership in health 11 - Accounts and records 10 - Small livestock 9 - Sanitation 8 - Mother and child care 7 - Home gardens 6 - AIDS 5 - Trees 4 - Help from children 3 - Family spacing 2 - Medicines and chemicals 1 - Water 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 Footsteps 90LIFELONG LEARNINGRead 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. To join a conversation about Footsteps, visit our Tearfund Learn Facebook page.