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Please continue to pray for Lebanon and the hundreds of thousands of refugees there. Saida and her three children are just one of the families struggling to cope in impossible circumstances. Since her husband was captured she relies completely on the help of our partner Heart4Lebanon.
San Jerónimo village in north-eastern Nicaragua has a big problem with healthcare. The nearest health facility is 27 miles away, which can only be reached by trekking through dense jungle or somehow crossing the Río Coco. Santa Elena had seen too many people she knew die unnecessarily and was determined to do something to help.
Traditionally women in Mai Pa Nyo’s village in Myanmar (also known as Burma) focus on household tasks and looking after children. But then Tearfund partner Myanmar Baptist Convention rallied her local church to actively study the Bible together and dream for the future. Mai and her friends realised they wanted to do something more both for themselves and their church.
Every day, scores of young girls suffer devastating abuse and violence in refugee camps and communities in Colombia. But thanks to your support, Tearfund is working with local churches to bring help and aid to those in need. Read Berta’s inspiring story of grace and restoration, and how she has found new hope for the future.
For Evans, the realisation that he was created in God’s image completely transformed his life. His self-confidence changed, as did his self-image. Read his encouraging story and how he now wants to help others just like him.
With food shortages rife, Isaiah knew he had to do something to provide for his wife and five children. Thankfully, thanks to your support and the work of one of our Tearfund partners, Isaiah has received skills training and development, and is now able to provide a good livelihood for his family.
All Kong wanted was to get involved and give back to her church and community. But, lacking the necessary skills and experience, she just didn’t know how. Read the inspiring story of Kong’s journey as an Umoja facilitator, and how she’s now bringing transforming change to those in her village.