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A Testimony from Hands of Honor

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In West Africa, hard manual labor is a part of daily life. Few homes have running water or electricity. Food is cooked over a fire and clothes are washed by hand. Most people hire a domestic worker, often a young girl from a remote village. These girls come from families who live in extreme poverty and […]

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Nepal Relief: Sending Aid to Isolated Villages

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A second earthquake rocked Nepal on Tuesday morning. The 7.3-magnitude quake has killed dozens and injured more than a thousand people. The Nepali people need our prayers at this time. CAMA began its relief response in Nepal by sending a staff person to assess the situation, distribute initial food supplies, and formulate a greater response […]

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Food Supplies Sent to Nepalese Villages

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A massive earthquake struck Nepal on April 25. CAMA sent a staff member to assess the situation on the ground and propose how we could be involved in the earthquake response. By God’s grace, this worker had had nearly 10 years of experience in Nepal previously and is fluent in the language and culture. He also […]

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The Top 10 Reasons You Should Prepare for a Disaster

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Responding to a major disaster is compelling and exciting—but preparing for a disaster is not as compelling and certainly not exciting. Yet preparation can significantly reduce the impact of a disaster and facilitate both immediate and long-term recovery. Still, it’s a tough sell to get individuals, families, and local churches to prepare for a disaster. Here […]

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AIDS and Home Health Training in Papua

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Today’s post is written by Myrna Maxey, a CAMA worker in Papua, Indonesia. I received a test from my friend Fitri that read, “I want to talk with you about the mobile phone we received for AIDS information. Now already there are more and more people phoning.” Fitri and her friend Hana received HIV/AIDS training and […]

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