The single mother of these six-month-old twin girls sells lemons on the street to make ends meet. Her struggle to provide leaves the twins at risk of malnutrition. As a mother who cares deeply for her babies, she brought them to our clinic in Nicaragua where CAM staff provided vitamins to help keep the twins… Read more
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What will my children wear? How will we stay warm? As winter looms ahead, these troubling thoughts weigh on the minds of people who struggle to provide for their basic needs. In remote areas of Eastern Europe where CAM works, the average income for families is only $2 each day per family member. On such… Read more
Moldova, the country sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, is about the size of Maryland. Home to around 4 million people, Moldova is the most economically depressed country in Eastern Europe. To help meet some of the many needs in this country, CAM sends clothing, shoes, and comforters to impoverished Christian families and elderly people. Viorel… Read more
Are your neighbors in North America a new “unreached people group”? Do your neighbors know who Jesus is?
Hurricane Dorian crashed into the Bahamas on September 1as a category 5 hurricane with winds of up to 185 mph. After making landfall, Dorian stalled over the islands but maintained severe winds for two days. The storm brought 30 inches of rain and a storm surge as high as 23 feet in some places. A… Read more
On May 3, Cyclone Fani made landfall in eastern India, bringing heavy rains and major winds to Odisha and other coastal states. Cell towers and electric poles doubled over, causing large power outages. Thousands of homes were damaged as the storm tore off roofs and flooded many houses. Despite a large-scale evacuation effort, at least… Read more
Tropical Storm Imelda dumped more than 40 inches of rain on some parts of Texas since making landfall on Tuesday. In Beaumont, Texas, three feet of rain fell in 24 hours. Some homes hit by Hurricane Harvey two years ago are once again filled with water. Some say that Imelda is worse than Harvey. This… Read more
Marioara, a 65-year-old widow from Romania, cares for her two orphaned grandchildren. The children’s mother fought a long battle with cancer, but eventually the sickness took her life. The year before Marioara’s daughter passed away, Jericho Road Program staff frequently held Bible studies with her. Now Grandma Marioara receives a monthly food parcel through this… Read more
Do you want to help with needs around the world but aren’t sure where to start? CAM’s Where Needed Most fund will allow you to help with various needs in various places without needing to choose where and who to help. For CAM, this fund is important because it provides flexibility to cover for programs that don’t… Read more
Kostya from Ukraine learned valuable principles of saving money after he joined a SALT savings group. “My eyes opened wide when SALT came here,” he said. “I am very happy that God moved your hearts to help us understand many basic things.” When Kostya sought the Lord’s wisdom for ways to expand his income without… Read more
David Flomo in Liberia used to be active and widely known in his area. He was gifted with the ability to organize the whole town if necessary. David worked hard on his farm to provide for his family. But when leprosy took its toll, life became difficult. The cruel disease started affecting his foot and… Read more
Hurricane Dorian made landfall in North Carolina on Friday morning as a category 1 storm after bringing several days of drenching rains to the eastern seaboard. More than 300,000 people were left without power as the hurricane swept up the coast. Dorian brought floods and tornadoes to several areas. The risk of flooding still continues… Read more
Through Gifts-That-Grow, CAM’s clinic in Nicaragua provides Ilda with the medicine she needs to help her baby recover from sickness and relieve her pain.
Through the gift of a greenhouse, Sorin was able to make good use of the fertile soil he had available. For this, Sorin and Lidia are so grateful.
But with the costs of food, shelter, school fees, and other expenses, his minimal income is not enough to meet the family’s needs.