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 […]
Today’s post is written by Adriaan Overbeeke. Adriaan serves as the chairman of the CAMA Board. “No Vacancy!” We’ve all seen the signs. If you’re a traveler, you’re going to have to find a different motel to stay the night. Of course, you may not like the choices. Especially when all the manager offers you is […]
Aleppo, a city almost twice as large as Paris, was once considered Syria’s largest city. Now Aleppo is a city devastated by civil war. Our team has delivered aid.
For the last 13 years, every other week, church volunteers in Cambodia visit patients living with HIV/AIDS.
Today’s post is written by Shelly Crouch. She and her husband served in Eastern Europe with The Alliance for 19 years. She recently completed her Master of Arts in Global Development and Social Justice at St. John’s University. Thanksgiving is here—a season I wait each year to embrace. I am drawn to the opportunity to […]