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Kazima and baby Amal at the Rimenze Refugee Camp in South Sudan.
Dear John,

We’re incredibly grateful for good friends like you. Today, I’m sharing an update from the Rimenze refugee camp, where we’re working hand in hand with the localĀ Catholic church.Ā  Our team on the ground says:

We are providing children with life-saving treatment every day for malaria, upper respiratory infections, malnutrition, and diarrhea. We are caring forĀ displaced pregnant women. We’re tracing lost family members, trying to locate relatives for many of the traumatized children who arrived alone. By the grace of God, we’re doing everything we can, but the situation is critical and gets worse every day.
The reality of the refugee camp is heartbreaking. When we met Kazima she told us,Ā “My baby is my hope. I don’t want her to die.”
Iā€™m reaching out to you because our faith calls us to stand with the innocent, wherever they are.Ā While your giftĀ is helping many, two million children are on the brink of starvation.

Today, all gifts to support emergencies will be DOUBLED. Your gift of $150 is worth $300.

Your support is saving livesĀ in places likeĀ Rimenze. Our Catholic brothers and sisters in South Sudan are counting on us. Please be as generous as you can, and join us as we pray for peace.

In faith and friendship,

President and CEO
CMMB – Healthier Lives Worldwide


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