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Proyecto de Ayuda para Crisis & Desastres

Warrior Mothers Grateful for Help in Colombia

In Colombia, Samaritan’s Purse is helping hundreds of mothers each month as we run a medical clinic, a food distribution program, and shelters for those on the move. Most of the women we help are Venezuelan migrants. Though their circumstances may be trying and painful, these women are undaunted, attempting to provide for their children…

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Operation Christmas Child

Una niña en Ecuador comparte su increíble testimonio

Iglesia Nueva Generación in Cutuglagua, Ecuador, was predominantly a congregation of adults until they got involved with Operation Christmas Child. But when they coordinated an outreach event for children in June 2021, they were glad to see youngsters coming to the church, said volunteer Maria Yucailla. The event was successful and followed local health guidelines…

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Ministerio de Salud y Medicina

El proyecto de labio leporino celebra 10 años en Sudán del Sur

People in the village told the young mother to toss her newborn daughter into the nearby river. They said both the child and family were cursed and would always be despised. But Dakeech believed her daughter, Nyani, to be a precious gift from God. She refused to end Nyani’s life because she was born with…

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Programas de Mujeres

Samaritan’s Purse Clinic Provides Expectant Mothers Needed Medical Care in Colombia

Many of the mothers-to-be who visit the Samaritan’s Purse maternal health clinic in Puerto Santander, Colombia, suffer signs of malnutrition as they and their families struggle to make ends meet. A majority of the women are Venezuelans who’ve fled their homeland in recent years and are trying to start a new life in the nation…

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Animales, agricultura y sustento

Restaurar familias y futuros con nuevos medios de subsistencia

A Father’s Struggle Considered the poorest family in their village, Chheng and his loved ones were often looked down upon by the community. For Chheng, a husband and father to nine children, the need to provide a stable income was dire, but finding a good job in rural Cambodia seemed impossible. “My family was so…

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Proyecto de Ayuda para Crisis & Desastres

Los trabajos en Oklahoma luego de las tormentas; un buen final en Texas

Heavy hail and violent winds wreaked havoc on the Tulsa, Oklahoma, area, leaving hundreds of neighborhoods without power and thousands of homeowners with looming questions on what is next. In the wake of this disaster, Samaritan’s Purse volunteers and support staff are on the ground providing relief to those most in need through home repairs…

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Animales, agricultura y sustento

Semillas de amor y esperanza

Jean Tisu was finally able to walk in peace as he strolled the rows of beautiful cabbages in his high rubber boots. “The life of a displaced person due to war is not good at all,” Jean said. “We were chased away from our homes. When we arrived here, we had a hard life.” Jean…

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Agua, salubridad e higiene

A Water Engineer’s Life

Amanda Patterson is a communications intern for Samaritan’s Purse in Niger. One of the most remarkable things about interning abroad in a place where life is not always easy is being able to watch and learn from the staff. Some of these people have lived in their respective countries for a number of years, committing…

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Programas de alimentación

Fleeing from Boko Haram

Editor’s Note: Names have been changed throughout this article to protect identities. In the Diffa region of southeastern Niger, there is little sound. Apart from the side-to-side rocking of the moving Land Cruiser and subtle shifting of sand in the wind, the sun beats down on a sparse landscape largely devoid of movement. Motorcycles are…

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Agua, salubridad e higiene

A Village Without a Well

It’s nearing 120 degrees outside, and already the women have walked three miles in the desert heat. They’re only halfway to the well in the neighboring village, and there’s no shade to hide from the sun’s harsh rays. At the well they’ll wait in line, draw water, and pour it into their jerry cans. Then…

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