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Tuin’s Story: An Indian Refugee

Post a Comment » Written on January 28th, 2015     
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Week 12 TuinFACT:

Many people are refugees in their own countries. They have been forced to leave their homes because of war, violence, or persecution because they are of a particular ethnic group or religion. In India some Christian tribes have been

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Benito’s Story: A refugee from El Salvador in the United States

Post a Comment » Written on January 21st, 2015     
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Week 11 BenitoFACT:

From October 2013 to June 2014 more than 57,000 unaccompanied children, most from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, have entered the United States from across the Mexican border. They are fleeing spiraling violence in their home countries carried out

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Excellent’s Story: A Congolese Refugee in Kenya

Post a Comment » Written on January 7th, 2015     
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Week 9 ExcellentFACT:

The majority of Congolese children being ministered to by the Evangelical Covenant Church in Kenya are orphans, single-parented, or separated from their family.

STORY:

Excellent is a seven-year-old boy who was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He

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Aney Majock Kur’s Story: A South Sudanese Refugee in Ethiopia

Post a Comment » Written on December 31st, 2014     
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Week 8 Aney MajockFACT:

Since the beginning of 2014 the fighting in South Sudan has claimed more than 10,000 lives,1.4 million people have fled their homes, and 300,000 people have fled to neighboring countries. These include members of the 365 Covenant churches in

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Law Eh’s Story: A Burmese Refugee

Post a Comment » Written on December 24th, 2014     
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Week 7 Law EhFACT:

More than 51 million people are now forcibly displaced worldwide, the largest number since World War Two. Half of the worldwide refugee population in 2013 were children—the most in a decade.

STORY:

Law Eh is a nine-year-old boy who

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