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Read and share World Concern's latest blog posts that keep you informed of our different approach to poverty. Learn how you can get involved and become part of the transformation of lives, families, or an entire village.
February 10th, 2023
Responding to the Earthquake in Turkey and Syria
It is the worst disaster for this region in more than 80 years. The numbers keep growing and are staggering … but it is the reality of photos and videos that wake us up at night.
November 3rd, 2022
A Heart for the Hungry: Witnessing the realities of famine
How will we feed our families in a famine? Will our children survive? Where do we go from here? Where can we find water? Will someone help us?
January 5th, 2022
End of the Road Podcast Launching February 9th
Welcome, friends! I’m so excited to welcome you to the End of the Road podcast! My name is Cathy and I’ll be your host and “tour guide” as we journey
November 19th, 2021
Dedicating a week of prayer for Haiti
While praying for Haiti this week, I read a story about a mom with a very ill infant who desperately needed treatment at a hospital in Haiti. However,
August 27th, 2021
Reaching Haiti earthquake victims at the end of the road
Astrelle's harrowing story of rescuing her elderly parents from the rubble
The terrifying moment the magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Haiti’s southern
August 24th, 2021
Keeping Haiti in the forefront of our thoughts and prayers
I have a confession. I haven’t been thinking about Haiti enough. My thoughts, as they often are, seem to be consumed with my life, what’s going on in
April 29th, 2021
How taking a few steps can protect an innocent child
In a little over a week, on Saturday, May 8, World Concern will have its annual fundraiser focused on protecting children, called the Free Them 5k.
December 21st, 2020
Celebrating Water in a Dry, Thirsty Land
A celebration took place on the banks of a riverbed in the barren region of Samburu, Kenya, a few weeks ago. Just beyond the blessing ceremony was a
Be inspired by the stories of individuals and communities moving beyond survival and extreme poverty in the most remote places around the world. Learn about ways you can get involved.
Learn about places many have called hopeless and the people who live every day with the threat of famine, drought, war, sickness, and despair. Here you’ll find articles about what’s happening with humanitarian aid in the most remote places of the world.
Read riveting stories from people and places affected by disaster and crisis. Learn how immediate needs are met in a disaster and how we help rebuild lives, helping families recover from floods, hurricanes, typhoons, earthquakes, drought or war.
Read news articles about current events and updates about the work that World Concern is doing around the world. Learn ways about how you can get involved.
Explore compelling stories about our work at the end of the road and individuals who have been helped by humanitarian aid. Read about the way their lives and communities have been impacted.