Three countries, nine days

We always take supplies with us when we visit project sites. Included are backpacks for our medics, gloves, and baby blankets.

We always take supplies with us when we visit project sites. Included are backpacks for our medics, gloves, and baby blankets.

Photo credit: Daria Boniek

Photo credit: Daria Boniek

Our U.S. staff are currently traveling to the Middle East, Uganda, and DR Congo for assessments and project management. Global Refuge is currently providing aid to thousands of people, but we are always looking for ways to help more. By going to these remote areas where the need is greatest, we can accurately determine what resources are needed and implement a program that is best suited for the situation. 
Our staff go without sleep, travel hundreds of miles over poor terrain, navigate checkpoints, and enter tumultuous areas. They do not do this for attention or personal gain. They do this because it is necessary. They go because those in need cannot come to them. These people who have been displaced have lost hope. Their stories of pain and suffering go unheard. They perish while seeking help where there is none to be found. We go to them to create places of refuge where the sick and weary can become healthy and find hope again.
Follow our journey and see what goes on in areas where the media does not flock.