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Thailand Refugee Program Update 10/25/18

Mrs. Pervaiz has informed us over the last few weeks of the increasingly hostile attitude of both the Thai government and its citizens toward refugees. Though Thailand’s refugee laws allow foreigners into the country, the restrictions are such that most cannot work or beg for fear of being arrested and sent back to their oftentimes war-ridden home countries. Even those who have been officially granted asylum (like the Pervaiz family) still fear deportation daily.

Life-Saving Care For The Body and Soul

The missionaries at St. Francis Emmaus Pregnancy Hostel provide life-saving healthcare to indigenous mothers from all across the Talamanca region. In addition to caring for their physical needs, they also care for their spiritual health by teaching them about the Faith and, perhaps most importantly, how to pray.

Thailand Refugee Program Update 10/02/18

Please keep the Pervaiz family in your prayers as Mrs. Pervaiz has been sick for the last two weeks. While she’s indisposed, it’s harder for the family to function in a normal capacity and do all the things that are part of their regular everyday routine.

  

Thailand Refugee Program Update 9/20/18

We continue to send money to the Pervaiz family every two weeks, although donations have decreased so much that we’re still sending less than we have previously. If you haven’t already, please consider making a donation, or signing up as a recurring donor to help keep these Christian refugees alive and well.

Providing Life-Saving Care For God’s Children

Back home on the indigenous reserve, this little girl would suffer without any medical care at the risk of her life. Casa San Francisco provides all the necessities for these long-term occupants in a safe place where they can learn, grow, and heal surrounded by their families and the selfless missionaries dedicating their lives to this charitable work.

Re-Building Lives After Disaster

The citizens of Kerala are still working to recover from the aftermath of the most devastating flood the state has experienced in almost a century. The flooding triggered landslides, collapsed buildings and bridges, trapped entire families inside their demolished homes, and damaged over 6,200 miles of roads. More than one million people have been displaced by the flooding, many seeking shelter in relief camps, and an estimated 445 have died.

  

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