Sep 30

Chepsanak’s Story

Chepsanak’s eyes are empty. And the plates she and her five children hold are empty too. They haven’t eaten in days. Earlier this year, Chepsanak’s husband died from hunger. He was a hardworking father, spending long days making and selling charcoal to put food on the table and keep his children alive. He often went …

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Sep 02

EMERGENCY: Hurricane Dorian Devastates Bahamas

ADRA is on standby to respond to Hurricane Dorian as its devastation is already being felt in the Bahamas. You are a critical member of our emergency response team – please make an urgent donation now. ADRA’s team on the ground called the now Category 4 storm “the worst hurricane we’ve ever experienced.” Entire towns …

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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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