This post is written by Becky, a CAMA worker in West Africa. I have a mom confession. Sunday isn’t my children’s favorite day of the week. In fact, typically there is a lot of begging to stay home and do “home church.” I get it, the services in West Africa are three hours long. They’re […]
This post is written by Becky, a CAMA worker in West Africa, and was originally published on The Alliance website. When we host our annual veterinarian work teams, I typically turn into a modern-day Betty Crocker, albeit less skilled. My duties are relegated to keeping hungry team members fed, but I find the bulging suitcases […]
Just as Christmas celebrations came to close massive flooding killed at least 50 people and left thousands more homeless in Boma, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Sorrow and hope collide in this glimpse into one of the poorest countries in the world. Will you take a moment and remember the children like these?
Today’s post is written by CAMA worker Stephen Albright serving in Guinea. There are zero active cases of Ebola in West Africa. Yet, there is still a chance the virus remains in the fluids of those who have somehow recovered. This disease could reappear for a survivor at any given moment—even a year after being […]