CAMA worker Lisa Ramsey is training counselors who are in the midst of war.
For the last 13 years, every other week, church volunteers in Cambodia visit patients living with HIV/AIDS.
25 years ago, Joseph Kebbie was one of the thousands of Liberians who fled to Guinea at the start of the civil war. This war would go on to claim the lives of one out of every 17 people in Liberia. Of the survivors, nearly a million people would seek refuge in the surrounding countries—a quarter of a […]
“Does anyone else want to share something before class ends?” I asked one last time, knowing we were running late and the next teacher was waiting outside the door. During our final group counseling session of the semester at our church’s school for Syrian refugee children, I wanted to give the students an opportunity to […]
“What are some feelings that a boy or girl your age might have?” My question is met with blank stares from twenty six- to eight-year-old first graders at the church’s small school for Syrian refugee children. This is our fourth group counseling session since I began volunteering at the school. I ask the question again in another way. […]