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Relief, development and podcast

Aug 4, 2022

It’s been over five months since the Russian military invaded Ukraine and, because of the war, supply chains in-country have been disrupted. Many essential items are difficult to find. 

Recently, a shipment of emergency supplies sent from the United States and Canada arrived in Ukraine and are being distributed to the...

Jul 6, 2022

Right now, around the world hundreds of millions of people go to bed hungry. 50 million have exhausted all options and are teetering on the edge of famine. That’s up from 27 million in 2019 before the pandemic began. A substantial increase.

Today on the show, we’re bringing you a bonus episode about the hunger...

Jun 16, 2022

Dr. Sibonokuhle Ncube says climate change chose her since she learned as a child that people in her rural village in Zimbabwe suffered from drought and hunger. But today she doesn't focus on all that is broken and what to fear, she focuses her energy on working towards a better future. You're going to want to listen...

May 19, 2022

We talk with Rony Janvier, MCC Haiti rep, and Naomi Docilait, program director, about the current unpredictability in Haiti. Gang violence, natural disasters and climate change are all factors making life difficult for a vulnerable population.


Apr 21, 2022

While it has barely made the news, the northern part of Ethiopia has entered its 17th month of civil war. On this episode we hear from two Ethiopians––Asiyah Mohammed, a pastoralist, who fled the Afar region after a shell landed near her home and Desalegn Abebe Ejo, a pastor from Addis Ababa who recently travelled...