These Are the Real Heroes of War

Story by Pau A. (March 11, 2022) We arrived later than expected, but we are finally here. The entry to the warehouse is a tricky one, but our experienced GAiN drivers could manage it even with their eyes closed. In front of us, there is a group of about 20 to 30 people, most of […]

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Chronicle of a Humanitarian Transport to Ukraine

Story by Pau A. It’s six in the morning. We spent the night in a convent in Przemyśl (Poland), fourteen kilometers from the border. We headed to the giant Tesco supermarket which, thanks to the recent closure of all its branches in Poland, now serve as reception halls for refugees across the country. We have […]

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GAiN Visits Ukraine – Artem’s Evacuation

Story by Pau A. We arrive at the church in Rivne. The sun is going down, but just a little over thirty beds within the big worship hall are already occupied. One of the pastors tells us the place will be full by midnight. People are still on the run. They usually arrive by 7pm […]

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Help Provide Emergency AID To Ukraine Refugees

Yes, I want to help Global Aid Network (GAiN), through its offices in Germany and the Netherlands are packing and procuring essential items such as food, medicines, tents, sleeping bags and blankets to ship to their local frontline partners. These much-needed items will be provided to refugees arriving in Poland, Hungary, Romania and the Republic […]

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Help Provide Emergency Relief To Ukraine Refugees

Yes, I want to help Global Aid Network (GAiN), through its offices in Germany and the Netherlands are packing and procuring essential items such as food, medicines, tents, sleeping bags and blankets to ship to their local frontline partners. These much-needed items will be provided to refugees arriving in Poland, Hungary, Romania and the Republic […]

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God Knows Our Needs

Kaiden* is a high school student. He lives with his family and regularly attends church meetings. His family is very poor and as the oldest son, he is working to help take care of them. Every summer, Kaiden works to help his family save money for the school year. His job is essential to him […]

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Your Help is Needed for BC Flood Relief

On November 17, the BC government declared a state of emergency due to widespread flooding across the province. Tens of thousands of people have had to evacuate, leaving behind their homes, businesses and entire livelihoods.  The effects of the flooding hit close to home as parts of the Lower Mainland region (Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack, Hope), where many of our staff and […]

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Humanitarian Crises in Haiti & Afghanistan

This past week has been heavy with grief as we are witnessing multiple global humanitarian crises in the news. Images of Haitians being surrounded by debris and rubble, following an earthquake that is reminiscent of the quake that devastated the country in 2010; and video footage of Afghans risking their lives to escape their country, […]

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10 Years of Crisis

March 2021 marks the 10 year anniversary of the Syrian war. Since the civil war started in 2011, more than half of Syria’s population has been displaced, according to a statement by Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of International Development. “Over half of Syria’s pre-civil war population is now displaced, and more […]

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