Pray in May with Mary’s Meals

This month the charity Mary’s Meals is inviting individuals, churches and faith groups to pray for its work feeding hungry children in some of the world’s poorest countries and to ask for God’s continued blessing for its mission, as part of a new campaign called Pray In May.

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Charity’s church partners empower poor communities during pandemic

The global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic threatens to push between 119 and 124 million more people into extreme poverty.

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Heroes of the Faith: George Washington Carver

To understand George Washington Carver, the great African-American agriculturalist and educator, you have to know something of the world in which he lived. Even though slavery was legally abolished across the United States in 1865, it cast a long-lasting and bitter shadow. African-Americans now lived in freedom, but poverty and discrimination continued.

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Africa secures 270 million COVID-19 vaccine doses for African countries

The African Vaccine Acquisition Task Team (AVATT) established by African Union Chair President Cyril Ramaphosa today reported to a special meeting of the AU Bureau of the Assembly that it has secured a provisional 270 million vaccine doses for African countries

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