Jun 13

World Refugee Day 2019: Advocate for Education

Almost everyone we know has an opinion about refugees. Every day, people around the world debate whether we should open borders or close them, extend aid or withdraw it, explore solutions or walk away. We pity refugees and we blame them; we welcome refugees and we detain them. But how often do we listen to …

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May 12

Mothers Around The World

By: Michael Rohm A mother is not just a noun. As a verb, to mother can mean many things: to love, to teach, to provide, to heal, to listen, to sacrifice, to inspire. The list goes on. Additionally, a mother is not just biological. In my travels with ADRA, I’ve met countless mothers—those who mother …

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Apr 08

SUPPORT VICTIMS OF DISASTER

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Apr 08

SUPPORT VICTIMS OF DISASTER

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Mar 21

Indonesia: ADRA Responds to Flash Floods and Mudslides

ADRA Responds to Severe Flash Flooding and Mudslides in the Papua Province SILVER SPRING, MD (March 21, 2019) – On March 16, flash floods and mudslides hit the eastern Indonesian province of Papua near the subdistrict of Jayapura. Reports are the flood waters left at least 104 dead, 60 missing, 74 injured and displaced more …

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Mar 08

Lamanja’s Story

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Mar 08

Lamanja’s Story

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Feb 04

A Renaissance Man Looking for a New Beginning

Venezuelan Migrant Beneficiary Turned ADRA Employee Carlos is truly a renaissance man. In his native Venezuela, Carlos studied and graduated from university with a degree in communication, worked as a tailor, volunteered as a sign language interpreter, and formed part of a cultural dance group. Carlos led an active life alongside his parents and siblings. His …

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