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Dear Friend, God has done amazing things this year through Samaritan’s Purse. From providing shelter to survivors of Nepal’s deadly earthquakes to meeting the basic needs of desperate refugees fleeing across Europe, our life-saving work gives us opportunities to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. Your financial year-end gift will help us to continue [&hellip
Bahark had heard the sound of bulldozers before. When she heard that sound in Idomeni camp she knew it meant that she, her husband, and her daughter soon would be moving again. They had been smuggled into Greece on a rubber raft a few months ago and arrived in this northernmost Greek region only days [&hellip
ASIA AND RABAK MOBARAK In the Yida refugee camp, two of the smallest children at the Samaritan’s Purse nutrition clinic are sisters. Asia is 2 years, and Rabak is 3½. They are here with their mother, Ateb, and an uncle who is under 10. Ateb doesn’t know her age but she is barely more than [&hellip
South Sudan has one of the highest infant and child mortality rates in the world. If a child makes it to their first birthday, they have a 1 in 10 chance of dying before their fifth birthday. The numbers speak to an unconscionable crisis, but numbers alone are a callous way to describe the anguish [&hellip
Ray is serving in South Sudan with Samaritan’s Purse. Here, we tell some of his stories: 1 November, 2014 – A Good Samaritan for a Good Samaritan We are now receiving air dropped food and distributing the food at a fast rate for such a small team. Our own food rations are very low and [&hellip
A 15-year-old Ebola patient anxiously waits to hear the results of his blood test David Torres is the logistics officer for the disaster assistance relief team in Liberia The anticipation was almost unbearable. All the medical personnel gathered around the white, plastic table in the Ebola isolation centre that had the white board with the [&hellip
As thousands more of people are expected to catch the deadly Ebola virus in the next few months, Cardiff-based doctor, Nathalie MacDermott returned to Liberia to establish Ebola Care Centres (ECCs) within local communities. Returning to Liberia to Fight Ebola Dr Nathalie MacDermott returns to Liberia as Samaritan’s Purse aggressively fights the Ebola outbreak by [&hellip