1,160 families will receive cash grants to purchase food, medicine and housing where their homes have been destroyed. In addition, staff social workers are assessing the needs of affected families, and a psychologist is providing them with counselling.
“While there are many differing political views on this context and conflict, one thing is certain: It is our Christian responsibility to be the hands and feet of Jesus to our brothers and sisters who are suffering.” explains World Renew’s Director of Disaster Response, Wayne de Jong. “As with most conflicts, it is the innocent who suffer most. It is important to let them know that they are loved. We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Bethlehem Bible College in order to demonstrate a distinctly Christian response to this conflict.”
To support World Renew’s response to this dire emergency and help provide food, medicine and shelter to families that have been affected by the conflict, please donate online today!