Quilts in India in 2017

In January of 2017, LWR shipped quilts to our partner in India – Church’s Auxiliary for Social Action (CASA). The distribution of LWR quilts will benefit hospitals, homes for the elderly, orphanages, and other institutions serving some of India’s poorest and most underprivileged people. These institutions do not have sufficient resources to serve their patients fully […]

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Quilt & Kits in Lebanon in 2017

In December 2016, LWR shipped Quilts, Personal Care Kits, School Kits, Baby Care Kits and Fabric Kits to our partner in Lebanon, American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA). ANERA has been working to support Syrian refugees for the past four years by addressing basic needs, health, education and other socioeconomic issues through various projects. Your [...]Read More...

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Quilts in Tanzania in 2017

In November of 2016, LWR shipped Mission quilts and kits to our partner in Tanzania, Christian Council of Tanzania – WAMA (CCT). The distribution will target the regions of Arusha, Dodoma, Iringa, Dar Es Salaam, and others, focusing on orphanages and homes for the elderly. In addition, the region hosts a large number of refugees from [...]Read More...

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Quilts & Kits in Haiti in 2016 (1)

In October of 2016, LWR shipped Quilts & Kits to Haiti through our partners, Lutheran World Federation (LWF) and ADEMA, to aid vulnerable populations affected by Hurricane Matthew. This distribution is estimated to reach 16,500 people. Lutheran World Federation has been working in Haiti for over 30 years in response to emergencies such as cyclones, [...]Read More...

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Quilts, Kits and Blankets in Mauritania 2017

In January of 2017, LWR shipped Mission Quilts, Personal Care Kits, School Kits and Baby Care Kits and Blankets to our partner in Mauritania, Lutheran World Federation (LWF). This distribution is estimated to reach 53,900 women, men and children in the southern part of the country and in the capital, Nouakchott. Those served included Malian refugees [...]Read More...

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School Kits in Djibouti 2017

In January of 2017, LWR shipped School Kits to Djibouti through our partner, Resource Exchange International (REI). REI has been working in collaboration with the Djiboutian government, UNHCR, the Djiboutian refugee council and the Ministry of Educaation for many years. The goal of this distribution is to help reduce the cost of education for families, [...]Read More...

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Quilts and Kits in Angola 2017

In March of 2017, LWR shipped Quilts, Personal Care Kits, School Kits, Personal Care Kits and Fabric Kits to our partner organization in Angola – Hope for Angola (HFA). The shipment is projected to reach an estimated 20,147 people in Luanda, the capital city of Angola. These precious gifts will support refugee, asylum-seeking and internally displaced [...]Read More...

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Safe and Healthy Schools in Apurimac, Peru

Historically, the rural population have much difficulty accessing basic services, such as education and water and sanitation, is due to how remote these communities are geographically located from larger cities that these services are available. This is also true from rural communities and schools located in the Andean region. According to the Department of Statistics [...]Read More...

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Conservation Agriculture for Improved Resilience and Empowerment

The Conservation Agriculture for improved Resilience and Empowerment (CARE) project will be implemented in Kibwezi East, Kibwezi West, Kathonzweni and Nzaui sub-counties of Makueni County, Kenya. The project will directly benefit 6,221 smallholder farmers and indirectly reach an estimated 31,105 people over a period of three years. The project is designed to address how agricultural livelihoods [...]Read More...

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Youth Sustainable Enterprises for Equitable Development

Youth Sustainable Enterprises for Equitable Development (SEED) project focuses on developing interest among the youth to engage in agricultural production. To generate this interest, youth who are already engaged in the current SENTE Project as Village Enterprise Agents (VEAs) will be mobilized to engage in the agricultural value chain as input dealers by supporting them [...]Read More...

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Livelihood Recovery Support in Nepal

This project provides livelihood-based agriculture enterprise, improve sanitation facilities, and better preparation of communities for future disasters in Lamjung and Gorkha. This project has three major components: Increasing income thorough agriculture based enterprises, Ensuring access to sanitation facilities (WASH), and Enhancing community capacity on DRR. [...]Read More...

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