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Two Women. Two Windows.

Kashindi sits silently on a bench, her gaze fixed on the floor, a stoic expression revealing the resiliency within. Her third pregnancy has been much more difficult than the others. Rapid breathing, dizziness, weakness, a lack of appetite — these…

Boldly Breaking Barriers 4.2 Million Times

Supporters like you had a tremendous impact on people’s lives last year, and we’re excited to share just a handful of accomplishments before the release of our full 2019 Annual Report. Every number on this page represents a person. Someone…

A Look at Life for Venezuelan Migrants

The Colombian public healthcare system has completely collapsed under the weight of thousands of Venezuelans who have fled across the border in need of care. The fact that urgent support is needed is undeniable.

Every Baby is a Miracle

A young mother, far away from her home, without a place to safely deliver her baby. It happened more than 2,000 years ago. The most miraculous birth in human history. Jesus — the baby who brought hope and redemption to…

More Alike Than Different: Meeting With Syrian Mothers

It takes courage for refugee mothers to leave their tents and spend an hour with Christina, the mental health worker from Medical Teams International. For 6 weeks, these ladies will speak candidly about their experiences fleeing from Syria to Lebanon, caring for multiple children, wondering where their husbands were, and worrying for their children’s future. All the while, living in close vicinity to neighbors without privacy.

Malaria’s Deadly Waiting Game

Mosquito nets save lives in refugee camps plagued by deadly malaria.

Called to Serve, Racheal Puts Love Into Action

I had the privilege of meeting Racheal, a Medical Teams International Program Manager in Uganda, a few months ago. Despite being 8,500 miles apart and chatting over a video call, we bonded quickly. We were around the same age and…

Voices From a Refugee Camp

From the millions of refugee voices, read about four with something important to say.

A Refugee Child Becomes a Refugee Father

He was forced to flee his childhood home three times, but now Fidel has built a stable life with his wife and they’ve welcomed a baby of their own.

Rohingya Brace for Severe Weather

Summer brings with it the threat of unpredictable weather. In Bangladesh, this year’s weather has been particularly hard on the refugees. In the cramped quarters where they live, cold, damp conditions lead to life-threatening situations.