Disaster Recovery Blog
Posted by Ashley Reeves on July 18, 2014
Thank you for your interest in assisting the people of South Sudan with food aid.
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Posted by Ashley Reeves on May 16, 2014
The world's youngest nation is in urgent need of help: our help.
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Posted by Ashley Reeves on May 16, 2014
When a child cries, his mother smiles and attends him.  When a starving child cries, his mother weeps in frustration.  The world’s youngest country is on the brink of disaster.  We must respond!  Chilean fires and Crimean conflict have stolen the at
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Posted by Ashley Reeves on March 18, 2014
Many are still spending every day picking up the pieces of their lives in the Philippines. In the immediate aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda, the greatest needs we heard from the people were for clean water, food, shelter, and medical care. And we addressed those needs.
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Posted by Ashley Reeves on March 11, 2014
It is a day of solemn reflection in Japan.  Three years ago today, the incredibly powerful 9.0 undersea earthquake and tsunami hit the northern coast of Japan.  Although the epicenter was 43 miles east of the Tohoku prefecture, the resulting tsunami waves reached 133 feet in heigh
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