As our Agri-Plus technician Edmond says, “I used to be happy with a three-fold harvest, but now I look for ways to increase my yields every year.”
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Coronavirus restrictions devastate refugees even more, when restrictions were enforced across the Middle East, most refugees had no savings or food.
Like many others, Dayaal operates a brick making business. During the winter when unable to farm, he and his wife work together to make bricks.
Leap Sen from Cambodia was troubled that her 11-year-old son wasn’t able to attend school. Her husband’s job as a brick mason didn’t bring enough funds.
Deafness keeps Augustina’s husband from obtaining a steady job. His only income is what he gets by begging. Augustina, is a Romanian Gypsy.
Coronavirus lockdown in poverty-stricken Malawi is resulting in hunger and other hardships. Widowed mother, shared, “we have been suffering with hunger….”
Handicapped. Disabled. For thousands around the world, these diagnoses bring humiliation, rejection, and poverty.They are often left to fend for themselves.
Our contacts were shocked when they first began reaching out to groups of Coptic Christians who were marginalized from society.
Her children left the area during Liberia’s civil war and never returned. This seventy-year-old widow survives by the mercy of her neighbors.
First a billboard message, then a phone conversation, and finally a printed page of truth in hand, helped Jim and his neighbors begin Bible studies.
CAM is providing food for Nigerians affected by coronavirus. Coronavirus restrictions brought hunger and sorrow to many Nigerians.
We not only want our callers to see loving hands on a billboard, but we also want them to experience the loving hands of Jesus through caring believers.
“I had someone close to me die,” Grant said to one of our phone team members. “I have been bothered by this. What happens after I die?”
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.
Nasir says “I thank God for the monthly parcel,” he says. “As a parent, what is important to me is . . . to provide food and safety for my children.”