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Ceasefire Negotiations Bring Hope, Health to Burmese

Post a Comment » Written on September 23rd, 2013     
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For over a year, increasing violent conflict in Burma has caused many communities and thousands of people to become displaced within their own country.

But recently the Karen National Union has participated in talks of peace. While concerns still remain

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Hope for 80,000 Burmese Refugees

Post a Comment » Written on August 5th, 2013     
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Just over one year ago, in May 2012, violence rose between Buddhist and Muslim people groups in Burma. Since then at least 80,000 people have been displaced due to the continued conflict.

Our partner in Burma is working to provide

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World Refugee Day

1 Comment » Written on June 20th, 2013     
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What is a refugee?

Around the world, people have been displaced, forced from their homes, or simply—fearing the worst—have fled their neighborhoods and villages ahead of waves of violence. Some people have lost the right to claim a nationality as

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CWR Responds to Disasters

Post a Comment » Written on May 17th, 2013     
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Natural and human-caused disasters occur daily throughout the world. CWR responds when there are partners in the local area who have the capacity to respond. Recently, CWR has responded to the following disasters:

  • flooding in Mozambique and South Sudan
  • drought

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Mothers Around the World

Post a Comment » Written on May 11th, 2013     
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This Mother’s Day, we give thanks to God for strong and beautiful women around the world.

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