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“Mother’s Best Friend” is just one of the names the Moringa tree goes by. The tree, native to the foothills of the Himalayas, but now widely cultivated in Africa, Central and South America, Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia, and the Philippines, is also known as the “miracle tree.”
UMCOR’s Sustainable Agriculture and Development program has played a pioneering role in
Read the full story here. Your gift to Sustainable Agriculture and Development, UMCOR Advance #982188, supports programs like this one for those who need them most.
UMCOR’s victim assistance program in
Click here to read a Frequently-Asked-Questions sheet on UMCOR’s unique program in a part of the world that has seen the proliferation of human trafficking, fueled by factors such as war, natural disasters, poor social and economic conditions, and others.
Your gift to Anti-Human-Trafficking, UMCOR Advance #333615, helps UMCOR provide direct services to the victims of human trafficking, advocate on their behalf, and build awareness to put an end to this modern-day slave practice.
Juma Gul and his family fled to
Gul and his family became among the 44,000 Afghans to participate in a program of the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) to rehabilitate damaged streams and restore damaged homes.
The program also provided for the construction of a clinic, the training of community health workers, and the distribution of livestock or fruit tree seedlings.
At the project’s completion late last year, Gul commented, “I am happy to be an Afghan living in my own country, in my own house, and cultivating my own land.” Read the full story here.
Your gift to Afghanistan Emergency, UMCOR Advance #602225, helps communities rebuild and recover from years of war and conflict.
With support from UMCOR, PROSIR is currently assisting 150 refugees in the Chilean capital,
Your gift to Chile Emergency, UMCOR Advance #3021178, supports initiatives like this one that respond to communities in need in Chile.
UMCOR provides emergency relief in many areas of the world. To find out more about UMCOR’s ministries, please visit umcor.org. You can donate to any project by placing a contribution in the offering plate at a local United Methodist church; by sending a check to UMCOR,
UMCOR is exempt from tax under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of the
And, please pray for those who are hungry, displaced, sick or in poverty because of these and other natural and human-made disasters, and for the workers who minister to them.