International Crisis ProgramCAM desires to be a channel of hope and encouragement to crisis victims around the world. This program provides food, medicine, clothing, shelter, and other aid to those suffering from famine, war, and natural disasters.
Current International Crisis Project: War in Mosul
Fresh from Mosul
The Islamic State (ISIS) has occupied Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, since June 2014. Now Iraqi forces, along with several of their allies, are fighting to take back the city. Outlying villages that had been taken over by ISIS have been reclaimed by the Iraqi army. But ISIS is putting up stiff resistance, using suicide bombers, roadside bombs, and human shields to slow the halt of the Iraqi government.
Most of the people in Mocoa, Colombia, were fast asleep when a mudslide swept through on April 1. Those who woke up had to run for their lives. Those who didn’t wake up perished. More than 300 bodies were recovered, but another 300 were never found. “Images of the...read more
The atrocities of war continue to ravage the city of Mosul. Several people from our team, including two nurses, spent a few days with an organization at the frontlines, distributing food and water to internally displaced persons. They also helped at a Casualty...read more
For two years, war has raged in Yemen, an impoverished country on the Arabian Peninsula. Bombs and missiles rain down destruction and death, as Saudi Arabia tangles for influence and rebel groups fight for control. But war has brought something even worse to Yemen....read more
Bangladesh, a country in South Asia, typically has mild winters, but the past few years have been unusually cold. This winter is especially frigid. Most Bangladeshis live in houses not equipped for cold weather. “During the day they warm themselves in the sun,” our...read more
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