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Meet Bintu

Meet Bintu While at school one day, 13-year-old Bintu was forced to join the rebel militia. After one week of military training at their headquarters, the commander took Bintu to be his bodyguard. Bintu was forced to loot, kill, and vandalize. Bintu was traumatized by witnessing torture and atrocities committed against peaceful citizens.    By God’s grace, Bintu escaped this militia. After running to a nearby village, he […]

Hope Wins 2020

HOPE IS WINNING Donations Matched — up to $50,000 Give Online  Give By Mail See the progress & participate in a 20-year vision Participate in a 20-year vision to provide healing & hope to 100,000 child survivors of war, transform communities & end cycles of poverty & violence.  2020 has been a tough year… yet […]

Family Devotional with Ally

Hope Still Wins | Family Devotional    Download family devotional  Pray as a family We hope this family devotional is a blessing for you and your family. Thank you for supporting Exile International. Because of you, child survivors of war are provided… Exile International is a 501(c)(3) faith-based, nonprofit organization. Our work is made possible through […]

Meet Jean

Exile is 12 years old – so is Jean! “My name is Jean, and I am 12 years old. My father was a government soldier during Kabila’s regime. After he was demobilized from the army, he returned home to start a new life. Later they asked him to help in the reintegration of a rebel group and […]

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