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4 Things to Know About Recent Conflict in Democratic Republic of the Congo

May 19, 2023 |
Map of Democratic Republic of Congo with a photo of an IDP camp with a World Relief staff member in the foreground

A new surge of conflict in Democratic Republic of the Congo is exacerbating one of the most neglected displacement crises in the world.  Recently, our team visited one of the large camps for internally displaced people (IDP) located on the outskirts of Goma. We spoke with pastors and members of World Relief’s Church Empowerment Zones…

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Social Emotional Learning Equips Refugee Children and Their Families to Thrive

May 3, 2023

At World Relief, we are committed to advocating for refugees the opportunity to legally seek refuge in the United States.…

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What’s Happening in Sudan?

April 28, 2023

By now, we know you’ve seen the news coming out of Sudan. On Saturday, April 15, heavy fighting broke out…

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How Climate Change is Impacting Health and Nutrition in Rwanda

April 19, 2023

Poor communities are often on the frontlines of battling climate change. Many depend on climate-related industries like farming for food…

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How To Create Change That Lasts

March 30, 2023

It was a late afternoon in 2017 when we pulled up in front of the giant structure. Eight hours of…

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Women in Leadership at World Relief

Women and Equity at World Relief

March 6, 2023

March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a day devoted to celebrating women’s achievements for a more diverse and inclusive world.…

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Going Further: Q&A with Ukraine Response Coordinator Robert Hessenauer

February 24, 2023

February 2023 marks the 1-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine. From the beginning, World Relief has been responding —…

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