AT THE HEART OF WHAT WE DO, IS COMPASSION FOR PEOPLE IN NEED!
As a Christian relief ministry, we seek to tangibly demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ to those who are suffering. Since the inception of our mission in 1980, we have equipped servants worldwide with tools that they depend on to bring healing and restoration.
HEALTH & FAITH ARE INTERWOVEN
Since Adam's first bite, we struggle with our broken bodies and a broken relationship with God. It is essential to meet the needs of people who suffer from sickness and disease in order to open the door of introducing faith in Jesus. We are continuing Jesus' ministry of healing in order to change and save lives for God's glory.
AS A CHRISTIAN HUMANITARIAN RELIEF ORGANIZATION
Read about how International Aid has responded to the recent hurricane disasters and the catastrophic aftermath that Harvey, Irma and now Maria have created!
Committed to improving global health for women and children, and people in need, our focus is to provide appropriate and sustainable medical equipment and health resources to our partners around the world.
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Anesthesia Machine - Northern Zambia A clinic in Chifundo, where there is rampant malnutrition, will soon receive an anesthesia unit we are providing. This equipment will be combined with food and other items.
Medicines - Romania We have shipped over-the-counter and assorted prescription medicines for impoverished families in Romania.
Medical Equipment - Puerto Rico We have sent out technicians to assess the area hospitals equipment needs. The need currently is greater than what we can provide. You can help us do more!
2 Lab Suitcases - Libya Two of our trademarked Lab-In-A-Suitcases are headed to a hospital in Libya. the conflict there has impacted over 3 million people and hindered access to health services.
Hurricane Harvey Over 6 Months of Recovery
For many of us, it might be difficult to understand what it’s like to be caught in a natural disaster, to have such terrible loss come in a very short time and change the course of our lives. It can be overwhelming, confusing and create unintended hardships that entire families have to deal with,
for however long it takes... to get back to normal ....
Well, you might have heard that Puerto Rico was hit by a massive blackout this week, which wiped out the electricity across the island. Apparently, this was due to private contractor downed a transmission line. When I heard about that I wondered why there wasn’t, or isn’t, any redundant lines. Redundancy would prevent accidents like this.
But, not to worry. Power has been restored Thursday afternoon, according to the Puerto Rican electrical energy authority. So I contacted one of our partners on the island to get an update on whether they did, indeed have power.
Ricardo Sanabria, Director of Somebody Cares Puerto Rico, indicated just this morning that while they do have power, that it’s not good.