When four-year-old Yeri first came to CAM’s Balm of Gilead clinic in Nicaragua, she was listless and could barely keep her eyes open. Her siblings, Yoselin and Yesner, were also sick.
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Some of us children from our village had an exciting day. Today some North Americans living in Haiti told someone from our village that they were opening the clean water station in our community for the first time! It didn’t take long for everyone to find out. We grabbed some jugs and cooking pots and ran to the water station close to the well.
A lot has changed since the beginning of Christian Aid Ministries in 1981. But several things have remained the same—the grace and faithfulness of God and the love and generosity of you, our supporters! It is a wonderful blessing and privilege to labor together with you to bring hope and help to the hungry, the… Read more
An estimated 85,000 Yemeni children have died of hunger or disease since the war began three years ago, according to an analysis by Save the Children.
Two years ago I called in total despair and ready to take my life. Your team member so kindly talked to me of God’s love and tenderness and prayed with me.
A food parcel encourages Sasha and Victoria, especially during the winter months in Ukraine. With a house that doesn’t keep out the cold, the children became sick.
Eleven-year-old Abdullah* lives with his father and mother, and three younger siblings in Iraq. Five years ago, Abdullah lived near Mosul with his family. Mosul was called Nineveh in Bible times.
A mother worrying her unborn baby will die; a girl with degenerative eye disorder; a crippled boy with a bright mind and a weak body; a widow caring for her remaining family members, a sister and four children– it could be me.
Win’s sewing business income was only enough to pay for her family’s daily food. But since joining a SALT savings group in Myanmar, she has learned to better manage her money and has even been able to save! Win used this money to buy a better sewing machine that is helping her produce more income…. Read more
Last night . . . I felt lonely, afraid, and had a deep pain inside,” said Raakel,* an elderly widow from the Middle East who receives food parcels from CAM.
Did you help cleanup or rebuild after the terrible damage caused by Hurricane Harvey or the other hurricanes of 2017?
Widowed long ago, Gehn from Liberia is now about 75 years old. A year or two ago, she suffered a stroke and cannot walk without help. Gehn sleeps on a thin foam mat on the dirt floor, and she had only a thin piece of cotton cloth to cover her before she received a Christian Aid comforter.
Little Jeffterson’s life is to be celebrated. Orphaned soon after birth, this precious Haitian infant suffered sickness, malnutrition, and rejection. For ten days, he got nothing to eat.
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.