Stories about: Brazil

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  • Indian family

    Family snapshots

    Most parents would like to give their children a better start in life. However, for the 767 million worldwide who live below the international…

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  • Fifty years, fifty countries: Brazil

    Brazil is the largest country in South America, with 196 million people, and is one of the world’s largest economies. Yet it exhibits extremes of wealth and poverty that make it one of the most unequal countries in the world.

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  • Hand holds back toppling row of dominoes

    Let Justice Roll

    Elda Valim has a passion to see her home nation, Brazil, freed from the shackles of corruption. It’s a mighty beast to slay, so she’s called the…

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  • God’s love in the garbage

    Luiza* (21), her mother and sisters, spend back-breaking hours on the Patos city garbage dump in Brazil – picking through litter to find the items that can be sold; constantly competing against other pickers. The family income is less than £30 a fortnight.

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  • Standing together against addiction and poverty

    Maria’s community in Brazil is known for drug-related violence and addiction. But thanks to your support and our partners in the country she has found a new life and a hope for the future which she can’t stop telling people about! This work is challenging the hold local cartels have over people’s lives and is bringing the freedom and love of Jesus to families trapped in the dark world of the drug industry.

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