Bumpy roads wind deep into Liberia’s bush country. Life is hard in these remote villages where access to nutritious food and other items is limited.
Survival itself is difficult in Liberia, and especially so for the blind. Desperate, these unseeing people spend their days on the streets begging. They plead for money to buy food and to send their children to school. “Most of their children go to school in the afternoon so they can spend the mornings helping their… Read more
Idolette says, “If I did not get the food box, I would be very hungry and have no hope.” God bless you, supporters, for sharing hope with the desolate and discouraged.
In a small village north of Jerusalem, Abdullah* and his wife live in a house perched on a steep hillside. When Abdullah became partially blind from diabetes, he needed to quit his job, even though he and his wife still have several children in school. Through the International-Feed-A-Family program, Abdullah’s burden is lightened by the… Read more
A dilapidated porch and a very leaky roof characterize the home of Omene Ja Baptist in Haiti. Since Omene’s husband left her and her five children, she struggles to provide for herself and her children. Selling mangos and beans generates only a small income for her family. The monthly food parcel Omene receives from CAM… Read more
War took its toll on Liberia nearly 14 years ago, and it is still creating adversity for many of its victims. Loss of loved ones, physical disabilities, and severe poverty are ongoing hardships for many Liberians. Marcus Barchue and his family know all too well the effects of war. While fleeing the conflict, Marcus was… Read more
Fatu in Zubah Town, Liberia, was left with her family of three children and no means of income after her husband died. Sometimes in desperation she asks her neighbors for food. The International-Feed-A-Family food parcel God provides through a sponsor brings relief to Fatu, because she knows she will have something to feed her children for a… Read more
A two-room, dirt floor house with only two double beds is home to Garry and Gaelle Pavilus and their eight children in Haiti. Garry makes some money by fishing, but he does not have steady work. The family receives a food parcel from CAM every month. But with such a large family, the contents last… Read more
Peter, Annie, Thomas, and Junior live in Liberia. Their father died about a year and a half ago, and they struggle to survive on the meager $2-3 a day their mother earns by washing clothes for other people. The gift of a monthly food parcel puts smiles on the faces of these children.
In isolated and impoverished villages across the Holy Land, residents are often illiterate and live in conditions barely suitable for survival. Many have never heard about Christ. CAM’s International-Feed-A-Family program creates opportunity to bless these people with food while showing them God’s mercy. The program provides packages of flour, salt, hummus, oil, and other essentials… Read more