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Home of Hope serves the misfortunate, abused, abandoned, and orphaned children in Lebanon. The majority, if not all, of the children who come into the Home of Hope come from a background of violence, abuse, and neglect. Many of them are street children who are forced, usually by their family or child labor ringleaders, to beg or steal in order to bring in money. Others, meanwhile, come from even more heart-rending situations, such as sex trafficking, drug experimentation, and even human organ trafficking. For more information click here.
Partnering and responding to large-scale humanitarian needs across the region as a result of various ongoing conflicts, we are focusing on health in emergencies, education, and sustainable development projects. Our major focus is the establishment of sustainable medical care and education initiatives for refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, and Yemen with long-term goals for a presence in 700 refugee camps around the world. For more information click here.
For hundreds of years the Batwa people lived as hunters and gatherers amongst the Mountain Gorillas that inhabit the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest of southwestern Uganda. To protect about 450 endangered Gorillas, roughly 10,000 indigenous Batwa were evicted. Now conservation refugees living on the edges of the forest they are considered amongst the poorest humans on the planet. This project is dedicated to helping Batwa communities in the Kasuvo area develop on their own lands and integrate into society.
The Evangelical Community Church (ECC) is a Christ-centered, bible based, interdenominational, international and multicultural English-speaking congregation in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. ECCAD was started in 1972 when a small group of Christians met together in the home of members of TEAM, the organization that founded the Oasis Hospital, a Christian hospital in Al Ain. ECCAD serves a congregation comprised of over 40 nationalities and the church center is used throughout the week by over 60 congregations worshipping in a variety of languages. For more information click here.