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Clean Water, Living Water

Clean Water, Living Water

Clean water is just a dream for many people. Every day, millions around the world scoop brown water out of stagnant water holes and muddy lakes and rivers. CAM’s Water-for-the-World program changes this for some people. And the results are not always just physical. In...

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“Only God-People Would Do This

“Only God-People Would Do This

In a remote region of Liberia, Yemon spends her days on a bamboo bed inside a mud hut. Open sores ooze around her ankles and up into her swollen legs. Her son tells us she cries all night, because her legs burn and itch. Yemon needs a hospital but has no money to pay...

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Quality Seeds for Ukraine

Quality Seeds for Ukraine

Misha Nazaruk, a pastor from Ukraine, says the seeds he receives from CAM each year have been a great blessing to his family and others. “These seeds help our family (of eight) and our church members a lot. We are also able to bless unbelievers with these seeds.” Good...

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Offering Hope after Tragedy

Offering Hope after Tragedy

A three-year-old girl came into the living room dressed in her mother’s clothes. Her mother and grandmother sat quietly nearby, dark circles around their eyes. “It was very noticeable that they were quiet and sad,” commented a staff member who had delivered a...

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Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Thousands in need of medical care and clean water Salim, 10 years old, sits beside his mother under a black tarp on a bumpy dirt slope. His face lights up with a smile as he talks about how he and his friends used to go to the hills and feed the cows back in Myanmar...

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