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The Impact of a Livestock in Niger

VILLAGERS IN THE REGION OF TAMOU RECOUNT THE EFFECT LIVESTOCK GIFTS FROM SAMARITAN’S PURSE HAVE HAD ON THEIR LIVES.   Aiasa and Yacouba, villagers living in Bawledgé, Niger, are no strangers to the Samaritan’s Purse livestock program. Though they are a young couple, Yacouba has twice been on the receiving end of a livestock gift. [&hellip

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Thanks For Keeping in Touch

Whether it is sending shoebox gifts to children in need, providing access to safe clean water, responding to an emergency or helping families out of poverty, your support is vital and very much appreciated. Please enjoy one of our latest videos about the ministry of Operation Christmas Child in Ukraine

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We Are Sorry To See You Go

Please enjoy one of our latest videos about the ministry of Operation Christmas Child in Ukraine

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Protected: Finding Peace

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Thank You

Dear Friend, God has done amazing things this year through Samaritan’s Purse. From providing shelter to survivors of Nepal’s deadly earthquakes to meeting the basic needs of desperate refugees fleeing across Europe, our life-saving work gives us opportunities to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. Your financial year-end gift will help us to continue [&hellip

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Bringing hope through the Greatest Journey

The children who have survived Ebola, yet witnessed such tragedy and loss, now need hope for the future. Will you help us today to give them that hope? “The anticipation was almost unbearable. All the medical personnel gathered around the plastic table in the Ebola isolation centre, that had a white board with the status [&hellip

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An Unsettling Frontier

Bahark had heard the sound of bulldozers before. When she heard that sound in Idomeni camp she knew it meant that she, her husband, and her daughter soon would be moving again. They had been smuggled into Greece on a rubber raft a few months ago and arrived in this northernmost Greek region only days [&hellip

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Crisis in South Sudan – Refugee Stories

ASIA AND RABAK MOBARAK In the Yida refugee camp, two of the smallest children at the Samaritan’s Purse nutrition clinic are sisters. Asia is 2 years, and Rabak is 3½. Ateb doesn’t know her age but she is barely more than a child herself. Their uncle is loving and gentle, and he is constantly with [&hellip

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