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Raised in Trauma, Transformed by Love

Born into War Sweet Nuru is the youngest of three children. When war erupted in her village, Nuru’s mother was pregnant with her and expecting to go into labor at any time. In the middle of the night, screams and whistles filled the air. Everyone had to run from their homes because their village was […]

Joseph’s Care

How did this happen? Traveling to-and-from care programs regularly involves dangerous crossings through rebel-held territories of Congo. While returning home from one of these care programs (overseeing an expansion and addition of more children to the care programs) — Joseph and his team were ambushed. In the ambush, Joseph was shot five times (hitting the spine […]

#dayoftheEIgirl – You are Restoring Hope!

Today, we want to tell you about the war-affected girls and women you support through EI – and the ways you are restoring hope, bettering girls’ lives, and empowering them to reach their full potential! We’re calling it #dayoftheEIgirl! Every October, people around the world celebrate the International Day of the Girl – shared widely with #dayofthegirl online. Established […]

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