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Rescuing the Perishing, Helping the Homeless, Feeding the Hungry In the refugee camps in Greece

Long Term and In Depth: Holloman Family Leads Conscience International’s Three-Year Response to the Migrant Crisis —

Standing in a cramped aluminum container building with two small folding desks, a bench, and an essential wall unit air conditioner, Conscience International Program Coordinator Jeremy Holloman is at the center of a turbulent village of 5,000 refugees from thirty nations.



Little Girls in Cayette and Furon Get New Dresses Made by Florida Church Team —

Arriving at the ravine between the two villages of Cayette and Furon we heard children singing. They were waiting for us. It was so cool singing songs with the kids and seeing them dancing and behaving so well while waiting for their gifts.


Conscience International—Helping Trauma Victims in Lagos, Nigeria—

Recognizing Nigeria’s urgent need for more trained psycho-social counselors, Conscience International has formed a partnership with Richmont Graduate University, Marietta, GA,  USA, and The Educator, an aid organization in Nigeria, to sponsor this summer’s Trauma Counseling Workshop in Lagos, Nigeria.


In Ethiopia: A Doll ‘Just Like Me’ Helps a Little Girl Heal —

Nurse Toni Belanger picked up a doll and wrapped its legs and abdomen with gauze to mimic the dressings of the three-year-old burn victim. 

The little girl had been severely scarred when her dress caught fire and stuck to her chest, neck, lower face, shin and arms.


AIDS AWARENESS: Helping Victims of Boko Haram Terrorists in Nigeria—

Because of the Boko Haram insurgency, the people of northeastern Nigeria have become some of the most vulnerable people to violence, poverty, disease and lack of development in all of Africa.


Low-Tech Grist Mills Empower Women Widowed By Boko Haram—

The northeastern part of Nigeria, especially the area around Maidugeri, has suffered numerous attacks over several years from the fanatical Boko Haram terrorist army.


A Family Tragedy in Bangladesh—

Shamboughanj is a small remote village in the mountains of Bangladesh. Besides being the most densely populated country in the world, it is also one of the poorest. 

One of the programs implemented by Richard Sarker, Conscience International’s Southeast Asia Program Director, provides goats to widows so they can support their families.



In the Bidi Bidi refugee camp in Uganda two years ago, a back problem left this little girl, Esther, with numbness in her legs that led to her inability to walk