Posts Tagged ‘Children’

Children’s health in Mexico

Post a Comment » Written on March 23rd, 2015     
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Mexico 2In Mexico, the Fuentes Libres micro-finance program for women has begun a new program in partnership with CWR. The staff of Fuentes Libres has seen for quite some time that while the women are gathered to do the work of …


Ministering in Mexico

Post a Comment » Written on March 11th, 2015     
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Prevention of childhood sexual abuse TequixquiacCovenant World Relief is partnering with a new ministry in Mexico called “Ministering to the Abused and Exploited of Mexico (MAEM).” Recently, MAEM gave a presentation to the Tequix quiac Covenant Church on the prevention of childhood sexual abuse. …


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



South Sudan Orphans and Widows Program Update

Post a Comment » Written on January 26th, 2015     
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There are many valuable activities coming up as we enter into the fourth phase of the Vulnerable and Orphaned Children (VOC) in South Sudan.  Currently, there are 131 vulnerable children and orphaned within this programs; 43 from Gambella in Western …


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