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Hunger & Poverty
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is working in collaboration with its partner, the ACT (Action by Churches Together) Alliance to respond in the aftermath. As many as 6,000 families in Ecuador will receive food, water, sanitation and hygiene as well as community-based psychosocial support and non-food items.
Mission trip and new roundtable conversations lead to transformation By Cindy Corell | PC(USA) Mission Co-worker in Haiti and a former journalist Our group of six Americans and a couple… Read more »
Presbyterians help people in marginalized contexts gain access to affordable, healthy food By Tammy Warren | Communications Associate for the Presbyterian Mission Agency Mary Medina, a PC(USA) Young Adult Volunteer,… Read more »
Workers harvesting palms engage in sustainable harvesting to protect the local ecosystem. They are paid a fair wage for their work.
By Rev. Thomas John, Mission Co-worker, Chethana, Joining Hands India Joining Hands (JH) was launched at a time when many international funding agencies were practicing approaches that were more corporate,… Read more »
By Kristi Van Nostran, Mission Co-worker, RUMES, Joining Hands El Salvador This year marks the five-year anniversary of the Red Uniendo Manos El Salvador (RUMES), the Joining Hands Network of… Read more »
By Salome Yesudas, Coordinator Chethana, Joining Hands India Salome Yesudas, the new coordinator of Joining Hands India, harvests millet. Photo courtesy of Salome Yesudas. I joined Chethana, the Joining Hands… Read more »
By Jed Koball, Mission Co-worker, Joining Hands Peru After waiting all morning, the door finally opened at about half past noon. One by one we filed in and presented a letter… Read more »
by Teresa Bidart It has been a long time since the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP) first heard from The Community of San Luis, Aguacayo in El Salvador…. Read more »
By Jaff Napoleon Bamenjo, Coordinator, RELUFA, JH Cameroon The Far North Region of Cameroon has been in the news lately due to attacks on villages by the terrorist group Boko… Read more »