World Concern is a Christian global relief and development agency transforming the lives of people facing extreme poverty in Asia, Africa, and Haiti.
We built the first school in this area of Haiti 15 years ago. Now, 6 teachers, 200 students, self-sustaining.
Check out this 3rd grader's illustration of how a treadle pump works. What a generous heart too!
A young Haitian student with her baby goat, which will help provide income so she can continue in school.
Thankful for a cup of cool water.
80-year-old Hadiba calls @worldconcern "the water people" after we fixed the borehole in her town.
700 more homes built in #Haiti since July, including one for 4-year-old Djounaïka and her family!
A beautiful sight: things growing in #Somalia. This is what's possible in the #HornofAfrica.
World Concern staff distributed food, survival kits, & helped evacuate families in #Thailand #floods.
The look of joy after a family receives a World Concern food voucher in southern #Somalia.
Heavy rain near Liboi, Kenya, is making it a little difficult to get around!
Praising God for the first rain at our Dadaab, Kenya compound! The #drought crisis is far from over, but it's a sign of hope!
Ice cream was part of the celebration on World Children's Day, Oct. 1, in Sri Lanka.
Rebecca & her daughters fled to South #Sudan during the war. Her husband was killed. They often go without food.
Opened a new office in Liboi, Kenya, closer to our famine work. Here's how staff gets water each day!
Photo of the Day: Planting trees in Kenya. Prevents erosion after trees are stripped for firewood.
Photo of the Day: What's for dinner? These kids in Wau, South #Sudan share a simple meal at school.
Answer to our earlier photo question: A treadle pump in action! Efficiently waters crops in South #Sudan!
Photo of the Day: Any idea what it is? Hint: it's not a Stairmaster.
Photo of the Day: everyone deserves clean water. #WorldWaterWeek
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