Story and Photos by Edwin Estioko, Field Communications Specialist 17 November, 2013 – Banga Gospel Church holds its first worship service after Typhoon Haiyan ravaged the central islands of the Philippines. A gasoline-powered generator lights up the church for the first time after the entire province sunk into darkness from the typhoon. “We are here […]
November 13, 2013 – Five days after Typhoon Haiyan hit the city of Tacloban, survivors are still trying to survive. They are homeless, sick and very hungry. Grocery stores and shops were looted and ransacked, and now there is no food. Let’s take a look at what the last few days in The Philippines have […]
By Clare Hartley 1) The Welcome It’s usual to be greeted on the road to the project by children in neat rows on either side of you singing and dancing enthusiastically to welcome you.
Want to know what life is like in a Compassion project? Watch this video and get a taste!
Following on from a previous I changed my life video, here is 12-year-old Nathan with his reasons for sponsoring a child.
The Maasai tribe is one of the most recognisable tribes in the world, but many of the cultural practices carried out by the group continue to limit the development of young girls, and even endanger their lives. Through the local churches in Kenya, Compassion is challenging many of these damaging traditions and is offering young girls from […]
I know it’s only October, but Compassion has already begun its Christmas Campaign! The Christmas Gift Fund allows each project to have a Christmas party, and ensures that each child at the project receives a gift.
To win, please comment on the Facebook post, in 25 words or less, why you want to go. The comment with the most ‘likes’ will win the tickets!
You may have heard the terrible news that Tropical Storm Isaac brought heavy rain and violent winds to the Caribbean island of Hispanolia on 24 and 25 August.
Everything Compassion does it underpinned by prayer. We pray for our work in the UK, our partner fundraising countries and of course the children and staff in the countries we work in. We believe that prayer moves the Hand that moves the world and we also believe that you can never have too much of it, […]