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The Path to Peace

November 20, 2020 |

Article by Jerome Bizimana, World Relief Staff Member Our feature this month is the firsthand account of life as a refugee from World Relief staff member, Jerome Bizimana. Read about his struggle to escape hate and violence in what felt at times like a hopeless quest for peace. It was 1996 and the war had…

An Open Letter

January 15, 2021

[Summary Letter Here] To the people we serve at World Relief, We want to express our unwavering support to you and express our deep grief over the events of January 6th, when a group of rioters attacked the U.S. Capitol. The scenes we all witnessed left us feeling sick and unsettled and were reflective of…

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A Letter to Our Clients

January 15, 2021

We at World Relief are sad about the events of Jan 6th at the U.S. Capitol.   We know that many of you may be scared as you saw the violence at the Capitol. This may look like the situation you left behind in your country.  The beliefs seen at the Capitol building are not the…

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Loving Patient Care

December 16, 2020

December 16, 2020 Article by Robert Carroll In this month’s feature, read how an immigrant from Sierra Leone is now using her skill as a nurse, and her compassion for people in need, to help a refugee woman with her years-long health crisis. The name of the patient has been changed for privacy reasons. Life as…

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On the Front Lines

November 23, 2020

May 27, 2020 Article by Robert Carroll In this month’s feature, read how twin sisters from Iran went from religious refugees who couldn’t speak English to important front line workers in the fight against COVID-19. Click here for COVID-19 resources in over 20 languages, or click here to learn what items you can donate to help families in need during…

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