Stories About the Children

Samaritan’s Purse Responding to Deadly Cyclone in Mozambique

UPDATE: The DC-8 cargo jet has arrived in Mozambique and relief is now being transported to hard-hit areas with our DC-3 aircraft. Cyclone Idai made landfall in the southern African nation of Mozambique on March 14 with more than 100 mph winds. Preceded by heavy rains, the storm left over 290 people dead and more [&hellip

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Samaritan’s Purse on the Ground in Wake of Nebraska Floods

UPDATE: Samaritan’s Purse is deploying to Dodge County, Nebraska. Our base of operations for this response is Fremont Alliance Church. Volunteers began work on March 22. SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER Samaritan’s Purse staff arrived in Nebraska today to meet with emergency management officials and local church leaders to determine how we can best serve homeowners [&hellip

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University Students Serve Homeowners After Alabama Tornadoes

Homeowners had only a few minutes to find cover before an EF4 tornado—and a dozen other twisters—touched down the afternoon of March 3, tearing through communities along northeastern Alabama’s rolling hills. Many emerged from the traumatic event to find the storm had ripped apart all of their possessions. Twenty-three people lost their lives. Samaritan’s Purse [&hellip

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Edward Graham Encourages Volunteers Serving in Florida Panhandle

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Clean Water Initiatives Help Keep Children Healthy

When Than was in elementary school she had to take turns with the other children carrying water from a well about 20 minutes away. The well was the only clean water source for the school, so every week a different team of students made several trips to bring back drinking water for their classmates. Now, [&hellip

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Equipping Farmers on Dominica Long After Hurricane Maria

“After Hurricane Maria, we had no hope,” Norla said. “We were really hurting. We had nothing to plant and nothing to eat.” Norla serves as the village council secretary of Vieille Case, Dominica, by day and farms in the evenings. Many farmers in Dominica will tell you similar stories. After Hurricane Maria destroyed the agricultural [&hellip

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Volunteers Ramp Up Tornado Relief Efforts in Alabama

March 13 Update: More than 1,000 volunteers so far have come out to serve homeowners in Jesus’ Name. Samaritan’s Purse continues the work in Alabama, and we’ve expanded our response just across the border into Georgia. We praise God that six people have received Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. — On the afternoon that [&hellip

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