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The Three Prayers of a Widow

The village of Kaboga, Rwanda, is found at the end of dirt path flanked on either side by sprawling green rows of banana trees. This is the humble home to 45 widows and their children. The shockwaves of the genocide that leveled the country two decades ago are still...

On the Syrian Border: They Can’t Wait

Today, I’m in Amman, Jordan, working alongside our humanitarian partners amidst one of the most desperate and widespread disasters I have ever witnessed. Our lead field strategist in Jordan is my long-time friend, Isam Ghattas. His cultural awareness has proven...

Refugee Crisis: Syria is Our Problem

As World Help prepares for World Refugee Day on June 20, we are urgently working to increase the awareness of innocent victims of violence, war, and displacement. The Syrian refugee crisis is the largest in the world today . . . and not enough is being done about it....

On the Field in Peru: Freedom for Those with Special Needs

On our last day in Peru, I couldn’t think of a better way to spend it than in outreach to the citizens of Urubamba with special needs. Earlier in the trip, we spent some time working at our feeding center and Child Sponsorship program in this same location. The...

Will You Say “Enough”?

What’s happening to the people of Syria isn’t about politics anymore. It’s about life and death, survival and suffering . . . and the bleak reality that if we don’t respond now, the future of an entire nation hangs in the balance. The U.N estimates that 1.4 million...
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