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For the people of Greater Pochalla, survival hangs in the balance. Once the food basket of South Sudan, decades of conflict have unraveled the region’s fabric of society that ensured the population’s self-reliance through farming, fishing and trade.
To end systemic poverty, we first must understand its root causes by asking good questions. In Latin America and the Caribbean, two good questions to ask are, “How is the land used?” and “How are the people who live on that land treated?”
An African proverb says: “If you educate a man, you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation.”
Roland is now in high school and is among a group of student panelists presenting on the topic “Social Economic Reforms for Sustainability,” organized by the National Christian Youth Fellowship. The invitation to be a panelist is merited by outstanding academic achievement and each of the panelists performed exceptionally on this day.
The Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS) Local Development Unit — serving Cairo, Giza and Qalyoubia governorates — aims to build resilient communities, families, individuals and local organizations.
In 2020, the Parliamentary Committee on Social Policy reported a 42.4% poverty level among working Ukrainians.
The Evangelical Church of the Czech Brethren (ECCB) and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) are hosting a virtual conference on youth involvement from 2 p.m. through 4 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, October 17.
A cascading series of events has refocused conversation on what many considered as flawed U.S. policies in Haiti.
The Rev. Jessica Derise has served as a mission co-worker for the past 18 months, but for the first time is able to do so in person.
Beirut’s 2020 port explosions shattered Nada Raphael’s world.