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Just when it seems like the situation in Syria can’t get any worse, it does, said Sarah Adams, MCC representative for Syria and Lebanon.
In Papua, Indonesia, where indigenous people have been marginalized in their own land, learning to tell stories is one way to strengthen the voice of the people.
Ever since Elsie Sithebe’s daughter died of HIV and AIDS, she has been working to help others learn how to keep from getting the disease or cope with its effects.
For communities and families to function well, people need meaningful work and an opportunity to support themselves and their families.
This Father's Day, support families.
Visit groups as they spend a week working with home owners in Harlan, Kentucky to make their homes safe, warm and dry.