Last month we told you about thousands of innocent families who were forced to flee their homes because of fighting in Northern Myanmar. These families arrived in overcrowded camps with nothing. People were sleeping outdoors in the cold and children were sick. Many of you stepped up and donated. Here are some photos just in from our staff in Myanmar showing how we're helping.
A new latrine to protect the health of displaced families living in a camp in Kachin State, Northern Myanmar.
A new well being dug in one of the camps.
A World Concern staff member (right) checks the nutritious food families are receiving in the camps.
A sick mom and her baby receive medical care.
World Concern hygiene trainers conduct a hand washing training in the camp to help keep families healthy and stop the spread of disease.
A brand new water tank holds clean, safe drinking water in one of the camps.
Another angle of a well being dug to provide a sustainable source of clean water.
Families receive blankets, mosquito bed nets, and emergency supplies.