Baptist Global Response
BGR partners provided healthcare for 70,243 people during the first five months of 2014.
Tobacco farmers in E Asia, kept in poverty by price controls, pursued switching to other cash crops or livestock, with the help of BGR partners who helped set up distribution systems beyond their immediate community.
Five hundred refugee families in Central Asia received emergency coal and food supplies after severely cold weather claimed the lives of several children in their camp.
Distributed items will include buckets, bleach, soap, hand sanitizers, rubbing alcohol, antiseptic, brochures and placards.
There are three major crises going on in the Middle East affecting thousands of families.