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Day Seven: Reclaiming the Slums

Katwe, Uganda | Evah Mugerwa, affectionately known as “Mama Evah,” is on a mission to reclaim one of Uganda’s most notorious slums. The streets of Katwe are littered with garbage, raw sewage . . . and orphans—children who have either lost their parents to crime, AIDS,...

Unlocking Opportunity in Africa

Right now, I’m on my way to Africa—a continent that is no stranger to tragedy and one of the most difficult places in the world to live. The AIDS epidemic has devastated millions, leaving behind generations of orphans and child-led households. Poverty, economic...

The Heart Behind World Help

The below is from guest blogger Michele-Lyn Ault. She is a wife of 15 years and mama to four, including the daughter she had at 16. She recently traveled as a World Help blogger to Guatemala in October 2012 and hopes to bring encouragement and stir passion to pursue...

Syrian Refugee Camps: Winter Extends the Suffering

Shells explode in the distance. Shouting. A woman’s cry. The sobbing of a child. Bloodstained streets. The Syrian border is only a few miles away, but for hundreds of thousands of refugees, the nightmare is far from over. The biting winds signal the coming of winter,...

Restoring Hope for Abused Victims in Peru

Today, I desperately need your help. I’m asking you to join me in an incredible groundbreaking project for young girls facing some heartbreaking circumstances. I just returned from Peru . . . and in only a few short days, I traveled to the jungles of the Amazon, the...
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