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The hand-to-mouth mindset and widespread poverty in this city make it difficult for many people to even think of saving money for the future.
Global displacement recently reached a staggering 82.4 million. This is more than ever in recorded history.
Occupational training for youth is especially needed. Many people in our world have not grown up learning trades and skills.
Monthly Adopt-A-Family food parcels provide a ray of sunshine for families who face discouraging circumstances.
Persecuted and oppressed, groups of Coptic Christians in Egypt face chronic poverty. Illiteracy among them is high.
Hurricane Ida, a category 4 storm, hit southern Louisiana on Sunday afternoon. Ida struck on the 16 anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
6-old Amira* in India shares. “My parents send me and my brother [to beg] every day. I was outside and some good people came and gave me food.
CAM contacts are reaching out with love to people affected by the war in Yemen. Their compassion touches many families in a difficult plight.
A Haiti Earthquake of 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck Saturday morning left people reeling from the destruction.
“Tonight, bread will be baked in many houses because of your help,” said a food recipient in a restricted country……..
Join us in praying for the many people affected by this severe flooding in Tennessee. If you wish to help CAM’s Rapid Response Services teams
“To be a Kenyan widow often means to be alone and without a voice,” says a CAM staff member. In Kenya, wives are seen as possessions.
Abdel’s 5 children are responsible to fetch water. They used to divide this job half of them went to school while the others went after water
Hopelessness crowded Briana’s* thoughts. She grew up in Kenya then moved to the United States searching for a new life.