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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


We’re Back in Haiti “Raising the Roofs” —

Conscience International and Give Me Shelter Ministries are partnered again to do the “impossible possible.”   We’re back in Haiti to continue our “Raise the Roof” project we began last year when Hurricane Matthew blew through and damaged so many homes here.  This is our fourth trip, and we are close to replacing 100 roofs.  Our goal this trip is to replace 20 more.



In 2017 Conscience International President Dr. James E. Jennings announced a new program to help the most seriously hurting among victims of war, accidents, or circumstances of birth in areas of the world where there is little hope and a dearth of assisting resources.


Conscience International Newsletter Spring 2018—

There are many people in Turkey, Uganda, and Guatemala who are standing tall these days. Just a few weeks ago they were carried place to place by friends and family—some crawled clumsily through dirt and mud to reach their destination.


In Bangladesh we built a school, improved village sanitation, and provided women with income producing jobs—

In the high mountain village of Shambhuganj, in Mymansing District north of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Conscience International built a school six years ago. The school has 186 students in grades 1-5 who never had the opportunity to be educated before. The parents are very proud of their children, who wear brightly colored uniforms and are well-organized to more

Conscience International Feeds 100,000 Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh—

Persecution, rape, murder, starvation causes hundreds of thousands to flee Myanmar. With truckloads of rice and lentils delivered to the Kutupalong Camp, Bangladesh, in November and December, Conscience International has provided 100,000 meals for the Rohingya refugees fleeing ethnic cleansing, starvation, and violence in their native Myanmar. Conscience more