So, how is South Sudan? It’s a question that I get a lot these days. From other humanitarians in different countries, from friends who caught a rare headline, from family members who just want to know what is it that I do all day when I say I am going back.
During a recent children’s sermon, our pastor asked a dozen elementary students: “What do you like best about your mom?”
This past March marked the 7-year anniversary of the war in Syria.
Last year, East Africa was hit with the worst food crisis on record since 1945. Together, regional conflicts and changing climate have contributed to massive food shortages and severe malnutrition for millions of people.
It’s been over a full year since the first Executive Order that began a time of chaos and reductions in the refugee program – and kicked off a wave of anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies.
April 7th is World Health Day. A significant day for the international community and the global population. Indeed, we have made great progress in the last few decades, yet today at least half of the world’s population still lack access to essential health services.
Where is World Relief's women's empowerment programming? It's everywhere.
In January, World Relief co-hosted a consultation on “Development, Gender, and Christianity” with Wheaton College and the Imago Dei Fund.