Enlarging Capacity for Mass Distribution at Camp Moria

Story and photos by Pau. A. (Written on May 26, 2020) One of the valuable contributions the DART (Disaster Assistance Response Team) is bringing to camp Moria is additional experienced personnel and good quality equipment. This week, from Monday to Wednesday, we are helping our partner EuroRelief to distribute hygiene packs to 2.000 families. Most […]

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Kindness Needs No Words

Story and photos by Pau A. It was about 8:30 a.m. I was looking for a family nearby when I suddenly stumbled upon one of the most pleasant spots I have been in camp Moria. It was at the heart of camp, but it felt like stepping into a small countryside piece of land. Maybe […]

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Stretching Out a Hand to Migrant Workers in India

When India went under a strict lockdown in March, migrant workers were left unable to work when their job sites (like factories) were forced to shut down1. Living on a daily wage, many felt they had no choice but to return to their homes, often hundreds or thousands of kilometres away, in rural areas. For […]

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Coronavirus + WASH

Current State of COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa With the growing impact of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) globally, there are heightened concerns about the fragile state of health and hygiene in Sub-Saharan Africa. As of May 12, there are over 63,000 total confirmed cases in the African subcontinent and over 2300 deaths1; most cases are found in […]

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Beauty Out of Ashes

Story by Angelika S. There are places you would never choose to call your home. There are lives you would never choose to live. There are destinies you would never choose to experience. All of these seem to be combined in a place called Camp Moria: 17,000 to 20,000 people crammed together in a place […]

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Waiting for Fruit

Reverend John Kamara has lived in Musaia – a large town in northern Sierra Leone, 10 miles from the Guinea border – all of his life. He has served there as a pastor since 1964, and has been around long enough not to be discouraged when he doesn’t see immediate fruit on the vine! Prior […]

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Slow But Steady

In Sierra Leone, when a person speaking the Krio dialect wants to indicate that they are moving forward at a slow but steady pace, they express it by saying, “Small small.” For the past year, this is how the pace of forward movement has seemed as we have been seeking the Lord for His means […]

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GAiN Is Responding to COVID-19

Thank you for keeping Global Aid Network (GAiN) in your prayers. You have been on our minds and hearts, and we continue to pray for those of you who are experiencing a challenging and stressful time. COVID-19 has changed the lives of people across the world, leaving many of us to deal with an evolving […]

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Update on GAiN’s Response to COVID-19

Undoubtedly, this is one of many emails you have received this week regarding the spread of the coronavirus and the corresponding COVID-19 respiratory disease. We appreciate your prayers and support for Global Aid Network (GAiN) as we continue to step forward daily into the unknown. In all the uncertainty, we are leaning on Jesus and His word. […]

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Global Aid Network (GAiN) Canada’s Response to COVID-19

Earlier this week, WHO declared COVD-19 a pandemic. We recognize that we are living in a time of anxiety and stress, and wanted to provide an update on our current operations and response to the situation. How does this affect GAiN? The Government of Canada recently advised Canadians to avoid all non-essential international travel. As an […]

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