Asia is reeling from an outbreak of COVID. During the spike in India, one of our contacts wrote, “It’s like the Egyptian times of Pharaoh .
Thank you for your continued support for COVID aid distributions in India. God bless you for sharing! “I had nothing to eat and was starving,” said one recipient. “I am so grateful . . .” Following are more recent quotes from recipients. “I was worried” A 60-year-old widow said, “For the past few days, I… Read more
Thank you for your support as CAM seeks to help to those affected by COVID-19. Our contacts in India are distributing food and other aid.
The family was overwhelmed with gratefulness when they received the gift of food from CAM. Their country imposed a strict response to COVID-19
As India’s COVID crisis rages on, many of the people that we don’t hear about in the news are the marginalized, the poorest, and others.
Ongoing COVID food distributions are a lifeline to those in India who wonder where they will get their next meal.
As the India COVID crisis rages on in India, fear, hunger, and death are day and night companions to thousands.
COVID-19 in India skyrocket and requests for help keep coming from various parts of the country. Delhi, the capital city, is under lockdown.
The fear on the faces of two refugee children peering through the door melted into smiles as our contacts delivered a food parcel.
“. . . they felt it was truly a miracle from God. They were so grateful and felt they had just received the best delicacies in the world.”
Little did we know that a year later the suffering would still be ravaging the world, in some places more than ever before.
Aadhya said, “I’m willing to sleep hungry, but what about my children? My heart aches when they cry for food and sleep on an empty stomach.
One person was already in full distress and panicking. How do we continue living? With what do we feed our families? . . .
Many will suffer from cold, and some undoubtedly will freeze to death. Our contacts are requesting a 100,000 blankets to help these people.
“Because of the lockdown, the need has increased daily,” was the recent cry from India. “No jobs . . . no money . . . no food.”