sharing health care and safe water

Congolese refugees in Uganda. How can we help?

This February, we will be working in Western Uganda helping with the massive influx of refugees who are fleeing from neighboring countries. An estimated 2 million refugees have fled their home countries such as South Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

We will be working on the border of Uganda and the Congo in one of the country’s largest refugee settlements called Kyangwali. With its estimated 125,000 refugees, and 80% women and children from the Congo, we feel the need is great and want to do our part to help. Can you give a helping hand to those who have almost nothing?

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The Navajo and Water

Yá’át’ééh, or hello. Would you like to give a neglected Navajo family life?
After all, water IS life.
Did you know that there’s a group of approximately 50,000 people that don’t have running water, electricity, or an in home toilet? No, these people are not in central Africa, or Asia, but in the richest country in the world, the United States of America.
The Navajo live on the USA’s largest Native American reservation, spread across 17 million acres of desert in the states of Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico. It’s estimated that 30-40% of these Native Americans live without basic necessities like water, today, in the year 2022.

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Help Ukraine NOW!

Ukraine needs your help!
During the past 6 weeks, have you been disgusted by the Russian invasion of peaceful Ukraine? Have you wanted to do something to directly help the hurting Ukrainians? This is your chance, because right now you can save a Ukrainian’s life. You don’t have to be a trauma surgeon or an emergency doctor. You can donate a simple life and limb saving device called a tourniquet. This devise is an incredibly helpful tool in life threatening bleeding situations, and there’s a lot of that happening in Ukraine right now. Yes, you can make a tourniquet out of a piece of fabric and a stick if you have to, but we would like to give them the best ones available and directly to the font lines.


Dignity for Venezuelan refugees

Here in Ecuador, there are more than 500,000 Venezuelan refugees. You can’t miss them, they’re on street corners, stairwells, and in parks humbly asking for a little help. Over the past few years we have been assisting these Venezuelan refugees in our home country of Ecuador in various ways and are continuing to do so, thanks to your support.

You’re welcome in joining us help share Dignity Kits and water filters, assist with housing and jobs, and give free dental care to our Venezuelan neighbors living here in Ecuador.

Thank you for your support.

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