The International Crisis program helps victims of famine, war, and other disasters in various countries. Supporters’ donations provide emergency food, medicine, clothing, shelter, or other important aid. CAM’s main priority in all International Crisis projects is to share the love of Christ in countries with deep spiritual and economic needs. Some of the many areas where CAM had International Crisis projects during 2022 included Ukraine, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, Lebanon, Haiti, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Malawi, Indonesia, Niger, and Venezuela.
Violence in Syria has forced many refugees to flee to surrounding countries. As parents struggle to provide food, shelter, and clothing, almost three out of five Syrian refugee children are not enrolled in school. The Sponsor- A-Refugee-Child program gives school-age refugees in Lebanon access to Christian education that could affect their entire lives.
Ukraine, a country bordering Russia, is being ravaged by war. Conflict has been simmering in the region since 2014, but the situation escalated to a full-blown war in early 2022. As a result, thousands of people have died and millions are facing shortages of food, water, and vital supplies.
The war and violence that have gripped a large swath of the Middle East have forced millions of people to flee from their homes. CAM is working with a number of groups in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq to bring food, mattress and other essentials to the refugees and displaced people in this time of tragedy.
If you wish to help provide aid for crisis victims in various countries, please use the contribution form below.
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