3 Ways you've made the world a better place
||Mercy Without Limits
||Jan 30, 2019
Despite all the calamities the world has faces in 2018, we were able to persevere and help others who were in need. Because of you, thousands more people are leading better lives. You helped families get clean water when there was none left. You helped parents feed their children. You help children receive an education. You helped farmers grow more crops. And that's just the beginning.
You are the reason why they are hopeful
1. You helped bring clean drinkable water to remote villages that were dying of thirsty
All around the world, people have been suffering due to lack of drinkable water. It’s not that the world has a shortage of water, rather it’s not always located where it is needed.
Thanks to you, we were able to reach people in some of the world's most challenging places and provide them with clean water.
In Accra, Ghana, we rushed to provide clean water to over 1,000 residents. In Bangladesh, we responded to the water shortage and help over 4,000 Rohingya refugees get access to clean water; which also prevented the spread of preventable diseases.
2. You gave them hope by providing children with proper education to look forward to a brighter future
It’s true! Education can break the cycle of poverty and hopelessness. It enables children to look forward to a bright future. This year not only did you provide children with an education, you also helped set the foundation for long-term psychosocial relief.
With your help, we were able to integrate child-friendly safe spaces and psychosocial activities to build resilience and empower children, giving them positive ways to relieve stress as they grow up facing conflict and adversity.
Together, we provided over 30,000 children with the opportunity to get the education they deserve.
3. You transformed and save lives by providing the sick with lifesaving medical equipment
Thousands of refugee families who live in underserved communities, cannot afford the cost of medical care and vaccinations, causing many vulnerable people to fall sick and die from preventable illnesses.
When health crises like disease and malnutrition broke out across the world, you helped provide immediate relief. With your support, we were able conduct a 3-day medical clinic in Bangladesh for overcrowded Rohingya refugee camps with much needed aid and medical equipment.
When 90% of Jordanian children, women, refugees, and elderly living under the poverty line remain without adequate access to healthcare services, you enabled us to deliver necessary medical check-ups and care to over 300 hundred individuals.
Your support allowed us to reach over 45,000 around the world to provide lifesaving medical services. Together, we were able to save thousands of lives.
You made this world better. Thank you!
We hope that you'll join us in the new year. Here are some ways you can continue to help.