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How Samaritan’s Purse is Helping South Sudanese Refugees Find Hope in Uganda

The refugee crisis in Africa continues to grow every day. Increasing violence, conflict, and starvation has resulted in hundreds of thousands of people fleeing South Sudan, making it the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis. More than 1.6 million South Sudanese, a 10th of the population, are seeking peace and security outside the country. The numbers…

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Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child Gifts for Refugee Children in Poland

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Christmas in a Refugee Camp

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Beauty in a Refugee Camp in Greece

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Help Refugees in Greece Facing a Harsh Winter

Nine months ago, Abraham arrived in Greece from the African country of Eritrea. He came seeking peace. Now he has found, blanketed in a freeze, a country normally known for its mild weather year-round. “It’s so cold,” Abraham said. “We are fighting against nature. In Eritrea it’s never cold. It’s hot!” Many Africans have never…

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New Lives for Refugees in Greece

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Crisis & Disaster Response

Peace for Weary South Sudanese Refugees

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Feeding Programs

Tour a Refugee Camp in South Sudan

Many thousands of families rely on food distributions by Samaritan’s Purse across South Sudan. Some are refugees fleeing terrible violence in Sudan, their neighbor to the north. Others are escaping horrendous conflict between rival factions within their own country. With food prices skyrocketing and crops failing, the needs are desperately urgent. Please share this video…

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Syrian Refugees Risk It All to Escape to Greece

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God at Work During Refugee Crisis in Greece

More than a million people have fled Syria, Iraq, and other troubled regions seeking refuge in western Europe. Now with increased border closings, over 50,000 of these refugees are stalled in northern Greece, Athens, or on the country’s islands. Here they face a long-term stay in detention centers and makeshift camps, many of which lack…

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