Mrs. Tran Thi Loi is one of the vulnerable households in Village 1, Quang Ngan commune, Quang Dien district, Thua Thien – Hue. When she heard about ADRA’s Damrey project, she actively registered together with 7 other households in the village to receive funds for growing vegetables and raising chickens.
“Education is very important to our family. I want my children to be educated. My mother also knows education is very important.”
Since the beginning of the Climate Resilient Agriculture and Renewable Energy for Sustainable Livelihood Improvement Project (CARE II), Thong and his family members have always actively joined the project activities, especially the CDC meetings.
SlLVER SPRING, MD (October 13, 2020) – The Seventh-day Adventist Church and its global humanitarian arm, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), today announced the second phase of the Every Child. Everywhere. In School. campaign during this year’s global church leadership meetings.
The pathway in Thuy Lap village is winding and umbrageous leading to Mrs. Muoi’s house where to live a single mum with strong spirit overcomes fate in Vietnam.
ADRA delivered tons of nutritional provisions on a special humanitarian flight from Slovakia as part of its expanded emergency response to help children and families affected by the devastating August 4 Beirut explosion.
Beirut Explosion: ADRA Disaster Response Teams Step up Emergency Assistance to Help First Responders and Survivors
Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) response teams in Lebanon are providing essential emergency supplies to recovery workers and survivors of the massive explosion in Beirut’s port.
Amphan, the most powerful cyclone to hit Bangladesh this year with wind speeds of 160 kph (100 mph), made landfall on May 20 along the city’s coastal and southwestern districts.
Mongolia: Cash Assistance Creates Better Conditions for Families Affected by Covid-19 “I feel really lucky that ADRA has chosen to help my family. I know many families like mine who are going through a hard time, so I’m appreciative for the help we’re receiving.” – Enkhtuul