Archive for 'Malaria'
Posted on 29. May, 2013 by Dan Ruth.
“Open the gift! Open the gift!” sang members of the Usa River Lutheran Parish. This weekend they presented their visitors—three Lutheran World Relief staff and former Lutheran Women’s Missionary League President Jan Wendorf—gifts of beautiful kanga cloth. The pastor told them the gift was to help them remember their time with Usa River, something they’re […]
Posted on 28. Dec, 2012 by Dan Ruth.
Joining the countless end-of-year lists, we thought we’d round up the most-read blog posts over the past year. We also threw in a few of our favorites, Here’s our top-ten list of 2012: #10 – To Cut, or Not to Cut? One of our top-viewed stories of 2012 and a story we love. Contributed by […]
Posted on 19. Sep, 2012 by Dan Ruth.
We’re so thankful for all the amazing people who support our work through the Lutheran Malaria Initiative. And we’re especially thankful for the amazing children who have gotten involved! The video above was posted on Facebook by Gretchen Jameson, Sydney’s mother. Watch above as John Nunes talks to Sydney about how we can make a […]
Posted on 07. Aug, 2012 by Dan Ruth.
We’re all aware that malaria is bad. We’ve quoted the statistics: 1 child dies every 60 seconds, there are more than 200 million cases of malaria each year, and nearly a million die. We’ve also talked about the symptoms of malaria: fever, headache, chills, nausea and vomiting. But those symptoms don’t adequately describe what it […]
Posted on 06. Aug, 2012 by Lutheran World Relief.
The Lutheran Malaria Initiative Fellowship has brought together 5 college students from around the United States who have taken on the challenge of raising awareness and gathering funds to end malaria deaths in sub-Saharan Africa. This summer they headed to Tanzania to see the work of LMI first hand. This post was written by Louisa […]
Posted on 29. Jun, 2012 by Amy Burke.
This week we’ve witnessed the destructive power of Mother Nature all around the world. Most notably, the wildfires in Boulder Colorado forced tens of thousands of residents to flee what most people refer to as, “the most destructive fire in Colorado history.” But what else is happening around the world? Here are this week’s stories, excavated […]