International Crisis Program

Food, shelter, and emergency aid for those suffering from famine, war, and natural disasters.




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.

Recent projects

Deadly earthquake hits Morocco

Deadly earthquake hits Morocco

Shortly after 11:00 p.m. on September 8, a deadly earthquake struck Morocco, North Africa. This 6.8 magnitude quake was the deadliest to hit Morocco in 60 years. At this time, the death toll is over 2,500 but will likely climb. More than 2,000 people are injured....

War in Sudan

War in Sudan

Gunshots and bombing—the sounds of war—echoed across Sudan’s capital city of Khartoum on April 15. This marked the beginning of a civil war in Sudan. Since then, the fighting has spread to other parts of the country, bringing widespread loss and suffering. Hundreds of...

Afghanistan’s harsh reality

Afghanistan’s harsh reality

Twelve-year-old Maryam* cried as she told her story to contacts in Afghanistan. Her family hasn’t heard anything about her father since he disappeared a year ago. “My brothers and sisters are still small and my mother is sick, and I can’t do anything,” Maryam said....

How can you help?

If you wish to help provide aid for crisis victims in various countries, please use the contribution form below.

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