The people of Africa, are reeling after two massive cyclones hit Mozambique. The cyclones destroyed thousands of homes, and flooded croplands.
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Kathryn’s* house was already in bad shape before Hurricane Harvey destruction hit Texas and created more damage to her home.
Josiah is in a wheelchair from an accident. As a disabled man, he has an amazing determination and a resilient spirit!
We are often amazed when we look at the income levels of people in developing countries. How can they can make it? Where do they spend their money?
The SALT Agri-Plus program is helping farmers in developing countries find a way out of hunger.Our goal is to help farmers find solutions to these problems.
The Adopt-A-Billboard program gives churches, businesses, and individuals the opportunity to do a monthly sponsorship on specific billboards.
Tornadoes have been raging through the Midwest and south central United States throughout the past week. The tornadoes have left a path of destruction.
Polash* struggled with financial needs. He couldn’t provide sufficient food for his family. They requested a $35 USD loan from the savings group
Some children don’t have money to buy toys. But that doesn’t mean they don’t play and have fun like other children.They just make their own toys.
The 855-FOR-TRUTH phone number has been scattered all over this nation on thousands of billboards for more than 10 years.
Haitian farmers are excited about a new variety of bean they learned about through CAM’s SALT Agri-Plus program. The new yielded 57% more than the other.
Rohingya refugees are among the most oppressed people on earth. To escape attacks in Myanmar, more than one million fled across the border into Bangladesh.
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
Beautiful greenery is slowly replacing some of the brown, barren hillsides of Haiti. The trees that they chopped down years ago for a quick cash crop of charcoal had left the Haiti’s landscape barren and prone to soil erosion. Now, small trees from CAM’s nursery in La Source, Haiti, are gradually changing some barren hillsides… Read more
Liberia has some of the worst health statistics in the world. One in ten children dies before his/her fifth birthday. Diseases like pneumonia and malaria claim lives daily. Some people even die from minor sicknesses like diarrhea or the flu. Sadly, the leading causes of death are often preventable. But for the average person who… Read more