Yemen – The Suffering Intensifies

Yemen – The Suffering Intensifies

The people of Yemen have suffered tremendously the past three years because of civil war. Now they face even more hardship as the war reaches new levels of intensity since the assassination of Yemen’s former President Ali Abdullah Saleh on Tuesday. Yemen was already...
102-Year-Old Receives CAM Food Parcel

102-Year-Old Receives CAM Food Parcel

Thank you, Lord, for my 100 years, says the sign above Alfredo. He sits in a yellow and green hammock strung across the open shelter made of rough boards and old tin. Behind him hangs a dark red embroidered blanket, partially hiding a lumpy mattress on cement blocks....
Support-A-Widow Food Parcels in Kenya

Support-A-Widow Food Parcels in Kenya

Kenya has one of the highest rates of AIDS in the world. In 2016 alone, the country had more than 36,000 AIDS-related deaths. This epidemic has left thousands of women widowed. In a land where women customarily aren’t allowed to own property, widows not only grieve...
Warmth for Winter’s Hardships

Warmth for Winter’s Hardships

When chilly winds blow and fluffy clouds bring heaps of snow, we scurry inside, thankful for the comfort of a warm house. Stacks of firewood outside or a reliable source of gas mean we don’t have to fear winter. Meanwhile across the Atlantic, many families in Romania...
The Warmth of a Comforter

The Warmth of a Comforter

Cold weather makes us pull our cozy blankets closer, and makes us thankful for a warm house that shelters us from the chill. This, however, is not how life is for needy families in Romania or Ukraine who also experience frigid temperatures. Poverty has them living in...
Will Lismarlin Survive?

Will Lismarlin Survive?

In our land of plenty, it can be hard to imagine children dying of malnutrition. But in some parts of the world, this is a part of daily life. Lismarlin, a young girl from rural Nicaragua, was slowly regressing after a month with diarrhea and a few days of vomiting....