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Bringing the Australian Acacia to Niger

IN PLACES OF DROUGHT, NEW TECHNIQUES CAN MEAN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STARVATION AND BOUNTY Amanda Patterson is a communications intern with Samaritan’s Purse Niger. The air is dry and hot, about 100 degrees on a sun-drenched afternoon in central Niger. The Samaritan’s Purse team has traveled for many hours to this region, whose upper corners [&hellip

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Liberian Fish Ponds

Watch as Cissie Graham Lynch explores the work of Samaritan’s Purse is doing with fish ponds in Liberia

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Why Goats Are A Big Deal

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Chickens and Guinea Pigs Provide a Miracle

A STRUGGLING MOTHER PRAYS FOR HELP AND RECEIVES IT IN AN UNEXPECTED WAY Narda Vargas is the technician of family welfare with Samaritan’s Purse in Bolivia. I found Carla, a 24-year-old mother of two, in the courtyard of her house. With a smile on her face, she told me that she’s expecting her third child. [&hellip

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No Longer Hungry

AGRICULTURE TRAINING IN CAMBODIA HELPS FAMILIES IN POVERTY The Cambodian farmer pumped water from the well into two metal water pails, filled them to the brim, and hoisted the bamboo carrying pole across his back. With a hand on each of the heavy pails to help steady his balance, Seth Sorn headed to the vegetable [&hellip

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Vegetables and Bees Provide for Ebola Survivors

SAMARITAN’S PURSE ANIMAL AND AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS HELP LIBERIANS AFFECTED BY EBOLA Maima Myers, an elderly widow and Ebola survivor, lives about an hour northeast of Monrovia, Liberia. She has gray hair and a sad, serious face. Maima’s legs are disabled, and she uses a three-wheeled wheelchair and crutches to move around her house and dusty [&hellip

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The Impact of a Sheep in Niger

VILLAGERS IN THE REGION OF TAMOU RECOUNT THE EFFECT LIVESTOCK GIFTS FROM SAMARITAN’S PURSE HAVE HAD ON THEIR LIVES Aiasa and Yacouba, villagers living in Bawledgé, Niger, are no strangers to the Samaritan’s Purse livestock programme. Though they are a young couple, Yacouba has twice been on the receiving end of a livestock gift. He [&hellip

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The Impact of a Livestock in Niger

VILLAGERS IN THE REGION OF TAMOU RECOUNT THE EFFECT LIVESTOCK GIFTS FROM SAMARITAN’S PURSE HAVE HAD ON THEIR LIVES.   Aiasa and Yacouba, villagers living in Bawledgé, Niger, are no strangers to the Samaritan’s Purse livestock program. Though they are a young couple, Yacouba has twice been on the receiving end of a livestock gift. [&hellip

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Thanks For Keeping in Touch

Whether it is sending shoebox gifts to children in need, providing access to safe clean water, responding to an emergency or helping families out of poverty, your support is vital and very much appreciated. Please enjoy one of our latest videos about the ministry of Operation Christmas Child in Ukraine

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We Are Sorry To See You Go

Please enjoy one of our latest videos about the ministry of Operation Christmas Child in Ukraine

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