What's Happening Now

PAKISTAN: Empowering Women with Job Training—

Dressed as a Pakistani for security reasons, Conscience International Southeast Asia Project Director Richard Sarker, a native of Bangladesh, visited Pakistan in June, 2017 where he met several women who were interested in receiving training courses to become seamstresses and beauticians.

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VIETNAM Overly Crowded Orphanage in Need of Expansion—

Richard Sarker, Conscience International Project Director for Southeast Asia, flew to Vietnam in June, 2017 to visit an orphanage started by locals.

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GREECE: Working with Syrians Fleeing ISIS—

Refugee Children from Syria and migrants from many other countries suffer for many months in transition camps in Greece because they are blocked from returning home and forbidden to stay in Europe.

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JORDAN: Continuing Our Efforts in Jordan—

Conscience International has been helping refugees in Jordan for many years. We sent another team to Jordan this year to visit long time partners who are assisting Syrian and Iraqi refugees.

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Another Container of Medical Equipment and Supplies Arrives to Keep Nigerian Hospital in Operation—

Just a few months ago the entire staff of Jos University Teaching Hospital in Jos, Nigeria walked off the job, frustrated by the dearth of medical supplies and equipment needed for the vital care of its patients

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Bangladesh's 5-Year Flood Threatening Children, Entire Villages - Urgent Help is Needed—

Flooding is not new to Bangladesh—monsoons are an annual occurrence. But the monsoons of 2016 are proving to be unendurable, which makes it all the more devastating for those who have been through flooding before. Children are the most vulnerable among the thousands now fighting for survival.

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Trauma Team to Greece Deals in 'Compassion Fatigue'—

The refugee crisis in Greece and Turkey is constantly in the news with Conscience International humanitarian aid workers on-site dealing with the needs of thousands who are fleeing war and disasters in their home countries.  The conditions for workers, as well as the refugees, are often repressive as well; they work day and night in over-taxing situations without regret, but when these caregivers—volunteers and humanitarian aid staff—sometimes become themselves victims of burn-out and trauma, who is there to support them? 

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Village to Village in Bangladesh—

High up in the mountains of northwest Bangladesh, the small remote community of Shambhugani villagers -- until recently-- had no school, no sanitation, no medical help, no community development programs and little available water. Now they do, and they are ready to pass on what they have learned, built, and are experiencing to the neighboring village of Kulpotak, thanks to a number of life-changing programs designed and implemented by the humanitarian efforts of Conscience International and its partners.

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