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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?
May 19th, 2015
A decision no parent should have to make
Imagine having no choice but to sell your child in order to survive…
That is the anguishing decision Nirmali, a young widow, faced. Alone and
May 12th, 2015
68. Why This Number Breaks My Heart
37. That’s the first number I heard when I woke up before dawn this morning to the news that another earthquake had struck Nepal and killed 37 people
January 9th, 2015
Like any developing nation after disaster, Haiti has progressed "piti piti" (little by little)
After living in Haiti for two years where I worked with World Concern, I returned to the U.S. a couple weeks ago. Aside from getting used to much
December 9th, 2014
One Year Later, South Sudan Remains in Turmoil
In December 2013, the world’s newest nation, only two years into a season without war, plunged back into crisis-mode. Though the explanation for this
October 10th, 2014
Mitu is now free to learn
Some stories are more dramatic than others. Some stories deserve to be heard. Mitu's story is one of those stories.
Thankfully, Mitu's story caught
July 8th, 2014
The Photo That Changed My Heart
It’s not a particularly artistic or perfectly composed photo. It’s even a little hard to tell what’s happening in this photo, which is probably why I
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.