Uganda: trauma healing
Local partner Sam Malish asks for prayer for trauma healing currently taking place in Bidibidi Refugee Camp Two. Pray for families that are hurting to find healing, and for refugees’ practical needs to be met as their rations are reduced yet again.
Walking with refugees in Lebanon
CEO Alastair Bateman's recent travels shone a light on perhaps the most important part of mission work - relationships
Venezuela: refugee crisis
The Venezuelan refugee crisis has become the second-largest external displacement crisis in the world, according to the UN. With 7 million Venezuelans having left their home country since 2015, please pray for those refugees spread across Latin American countries. Pray too for those still suffering in poverty within Venezuela and for those countries that have […]
Press play for peace
How an audio player loaded with Bible stories changed the life of Sadia after she fled the fighting in South Sudan
Liew Hoi Yan, Malaysia
Secondary school teacher, field worker and home guardian at a centre for refugees
An invitation to Boris Johnson
A CMS mission partner invites the prime minister to visit southwest Uganda – to gain some perspective and more compassion when it comes to refugees.
Uganda: refugee healing
Give thanks for the work of local partner Sam Malish (who featured in our Christmas Appeal). He reports that in the second half of 2021, 34 new trauma healing groups were started in Imvepi refugee settlement in northern Uganda, which reached more than 800 people. Sam's team also provided 25 children's workers with specific "Walking with Wounded Children" training. Covid restrictions were still hampering the in-person work. Pray for Sam and the team.