“Because of the lockdown, the need has increased daily,” was the recent cry from India. “No jobs . . . no money . . . no food.”
The Covid pandemic is disrupting lives all over the world. Many fear the virus, while many more fear the hunger resulting from shutdowns.
Coronavirus in Egypt resulted in a lockdown like the rest of the world. Egypt’s lockdown was shorter, but the country was in no condition for a setback.
Coronavirus restrictions devastate refugees even more, when restrictions were enforced across the Middle East, most refugees had no savings or food.
Coronavirus lockdown in poverty-stricken Malawi is resulting in hunger and other hardships. Widowed mother, shared, “we have been suffering with hunger….”
CAM is providing food for Nigerians affected by coronavirus. Coronavirus restrictions brought hunger and sorrow to many Nigerians.
At CAM, we try to leave these questions to others and focus on helping people affected by coronavirus. This is possible through partnership with you.
CAM is responding to the opportunities to point people to Jesus during COVID-19 by printing small cards to pass out at food lines, healthcare centers.
The worldwide coronavirus effects impact most people, but those living in needy countries face extreme hardship. Starvation is the number one fear.
CAM is providing aid for a country in Central Asia where more than nine million people were in need of assistance before the coronavirus pandemic.
To help combat hunger and other needs, CAM has been sending food, hygiene supplies, and other items to forty countries affected by coronavirus.
People are falling behind in their rent payments and bills.” To help some of these people, we provided parcels for a food distribution in New York.
Struggling refugees face desperate situations since the coronavirus pandemic. Fragile economies in war-torn countries were already taxed before COVID-19.
Then suddenly the coronavirus pandemic reached the country, bringing with it a severe lockdown. The effects will likely deepen poverty in India for years.