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My Greatest Hope for Iraq

Vernon Brewer
Baharka refugee camp is home to over 3,500 displaced Iraqis. They are Christians, Yazidis, and Muslims—all completely destitute from ISIS’s bloody march through the Middle East. Until our teams...
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Mobile Clinic Brings Hope to Refugees in Iraq

Vernon Brewer
Situated in between several refugee communities in Ankawa is northern Iraq’s first-ever mobile medical clinic. On any given day, the clinic serves 75-100 patients in just a few hours. Today, howe...
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There’s Still Hope for Iraq’s Children

Vernon Brewer
In Erbil, Iraq, 750 displaced people occupy a single 6-story building. They are Christians and Yazidis, a heavily persecuted minority eth...
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Stronger than Persecution: Iraq’s Christian Remnant

Vernon Brewer
Sufyan and his family of 12 live in one small, unfurnished home in Shaqlawa, a community hidden deep in the mountains of Northern Iraq. Here...
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Iraq’s Ultimate Hope

Vernon Brewer
“You can look at the situation in Iraq and see pain, or you can look at it and see hope,” said Jeremy, one of our relief partners in Ira...
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On ISIS’s Doorstep: Stories From the Frontlines

The Blog Team
At this very moment, our World Help team is just arriving in Iraq, where ISIS has terrorized and displaced millions from their homes. On ...
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World Water Day: For Kirinda

The Blog Team
Over the past several weeks, it’s been our honor to introduce you to a group of remarkable people from a small, but lively township in the...
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World Water Day | Becoming a Part of the Solution

The Blog Team
The average American uses 80-100 gallons of water every day. It’s integrated into the majority of our everyday tasks, but we don’t think...
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The Unlikely Champion of Close-Knit Communities

Mandi Corbett
No one is ever prepared for tragedy. But when it arrives unexpectedly at the doorsteps of those living on the fringes of society, it can ...
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Clean Water Matters in the Fight for Gender Equality

Claire Riss
Sumayiya has a wide, infectious smile that seems to cast sunlight. Her laughter emanates the purity of childhood. She is smart . . . kind...
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