Tag Archives: children
Posted on 06. Jun, 2013 by Dan Ruth.
On a recent visit to Dodoma, Tanzania, some of our U.S.-based staff got to visit the Mlali Children’s Rehabilitation Center. Father Sergi Tarimo was happy to greet them and all the the people who have so generously made and donated Mission Quilts and Personal Care Kits. He and the children wanted to take a moment […]
Posted on 16. Apr, 2013 by Brenda Meier Kimaro.
The Usa River Lutheran Parish in Tanzania serves more than 2,500 members who worship in three congregations. The church is deeply committed to reaching out to those most in need, and founded the Child Survival Program to serve mothers and children at risk due to extreme poverty. The program currently serves 40 mothers and their […]
Posted on 22. Feb, 2013 by Dan Ruth.
This week’s Photo Friday comes from a distribution of LWR Personal Care Kits in the communities of Magdalena and Chelita, Peru. These children hold up Personal Care Kits distributed by the Ecumenical Centre for Promotion and Social Action (CEDEPAS), one of Lutheran World Relief’s partners in Peru. Learn more about Personal Care Kits The very […]
Posted on 03. Feb, 2012 by Dan Ruth.
This week in the world of nonprofits, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure controversy has dominated news coverage. Even just reading new donor reviews at GreatNonprofits.org gives quite the insight into the debate. (Shameless plug: while you’re at GreatNonprofits.org, why not write a great review for Lutheran World Relief?) In other news, here are […]
Posted on 09. Jan, 2012 by Dan Ruth.
A few weeks before the Christmas season, the World Health Organization released its most recent findings on malaria in the World Malaria Report 2011. We are pleased to say that, because of campaigns like the Lutheran Malaria Initiative (LMI), malaria-related mortality rates have dropped more than 33% since 2000 in sub-Saharan Africa! Here are some […]
Posted on 22. Aug, 2011 by Brenda Meier Kimaro.
I’m a new mom. To twins. A boy, Max, and his little sister, Elly. Because Max and Elly were born five weeks premature they have a lot of growing to do. So they eat a lot. And often. Sometimes I can’t keep up with their hunger, and while I’m frantically preparing their next bottles and […]