[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Free to Marry The goal of Women for Middle East Hope is to bring awareness to the United States about the issues that women in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) deal with. One of these issues in Tunisia was the marriage stipulations. And while marriage in the US and other western countries
A 7-year-old girl in a primitive seaside village in the Philippines who lacked everything thought she had nothing to give. Little Joy Torres didn't have daily nourishing and guidance from her parents; they were separated, and Joy lived with her grandmother. She usually stayed in the background while other kids played, and in any group
Indigenous ministries are rushing to aid victims of earthquakes that shook central Mexico on Sept. 19 and Oaxaca state on Sept. 7. A Christian Aid Mission representative was present in Oaxaca during the 8.1-magnitude quake that killed at least 90 people, as well as the 7.1-magnitude temblor centered in Puebla state that toppled buildings there,
The Muslim prisoner in Mali wouldn't say what crime she had committed. Most of the women at the facility had been convicted of infanticide. Like most of the women in the prison on the outskirts of the capital, Bamako, in Mali's tropical, sub-Saharan south, Aissata* was ashamed to say how she had landed in jail.
With Puerto Rico's electrical grid destroyed by Hurricane Maria on Sept. 20, a trusted network of pastors on the main island will distribute as many gas-powered generators as Christian Aid Mission donors can supply to desperate residents. The U.S. territory's 3.4 million people are lacking the electricity required for critical needs such as water and
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As a 10-year-old girl in Burma (Myanmar), Shindy* had an illness that a shaman thought could be healed with some blood-letting from a long cut on her neck. The procedure nearly killed her, and the cut did not heal well, leaving her with chronic pain in her neck. Five years later, the girl living in