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Honoring International Day of the African Child

Uncover History You Won’t Find in Your Textbooks 46 years ago, 10,000+ students marched the streets of Soweto, South Africa, peacefully protesting for better education. Students rallied to learn in their own languages, but government officials met their demands with sheer brutality. As a result, thousands lost their lives that afternoon. Today, we remember the […]

Thousands Displaced | Emergency Relief Needed

A prominent rebel group advanced in Eastern Congo, displacing 72,000+ children & families. Thousands of children and families recently fled their communities to avoid rebel activity near a major city in DRC. These uprisings stretched across the surrounding communities, several of which are home to Exile peace programs, forcing 665 youth and foster families in Exile’s […]

What happens to the child no one sponsors?

When God’s grace meets the selfless dedication of our teams overseas and the faithfulness of partners just like you, hope abounds in the stories of thousands of child survivors of war. While their restoration warms our hearts, we must remember that not every story has the same hope-filled ending. What happens when the story doesn’t end in […]

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