Our work touches millions of lives in more than 130 countries and across 9 crucial impact areas. ADRA’s hardworking network of almost 6,000 people actively implement region-appropriate solutions for positive and sustainable change where it is needed most.
Mao has lost eight children to the effects of unsafe water. Each one was just a baby, the youngest only 3 months old.
No parent should live with this pain. Eight tragedies that could have easily been prevented. And Mao’s story is just one of thousands like it around the world. No child should lose their life because of dirty water. There are families like Mao’s who need your help today. Without it, more children will die.
ADRA is providing disaster response in Puerto Rico following the devastation left by Hurricane Maria. ADRA Puerto Rico was in action immediately after Hurricane Irma, and then again after Maria. Together with the local Seventh-day Adventist Church community, they have been helping to clear debris from roads and property, as well as providing as much …Read More
Samira and her grandson recently arrived in Bangladesh from the Rakhine state in Myanmar. Her four daughters were killed by militants with machetes, leaving her to flee with the young baby to save both of their lives. They are two of the more than 436,000 Rohingya who have fled to Bangladesh in just over a month. More …Read More