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1.  Mandee Lim steps into a teacher's shoes for the day.
Teachers’ Day Off!
PhilippinesChristian CharityNews
Mano Amiga partners and donors step into teachers’ shoes for the day.
2.  An injured child receives medical treatment after the Haiti earthquake in Port-au-Prince on January 13, 2010. Photograph by Eduardo Munoz, Reuters.
Emergency Relief to Haiti Earthquake Victims
HaitiChristian CharityNews
Catholic World Mission is organizing relief efforts. Donations urgently needed.
3.  Click on the link below to watch an informational video on the nature and scope of Altius’ mission.
When Love Becomes Deeds
U. S. A.Christian CharityNews
Find out how the Altius Foundation is changing thousands of lives for the better.
4.  Many Filipino people have lost everything in the floods, including some employees of Everest Academy in Manila.
Record Flooding in the Philippines
PhilippinesChristian CharityNews
Regnum Christi members are organizing aid to the victims of the disaster. Find out how you can help.
5.  Charles Barkie (left) and Rick Swygman (right) celebrate the successful kidney transplant.
Pinecrest Executive Director Makes Selfless Decision
U. S. A.Christian CharityNews
Charles Barkie gets a new lease on life with a donated kidney.
6.  Christina Wilson, from Kileen, TX, cares for a small child on the mission to Brazil.
Journey to the Amazon
BrazilChristian CharityNews
Helping HANDS medical missionaries witness God’s providence in their 9th mission in Itacoatiara, Brazil.
7.  Fr Jeffery Jambon, LC, with some children from Asafo, Ghana.
A Chaplain’s View of a Mission in Africa
GhanaChristian CharityNews
Fr Jeffery Jambon, LC, tells the story of a recent medical mission in Ghana, Africa.
8.  The new beds are a much-needed addition to the hospital in Bibiani.
Good News from Ghana
Equatorial GuineaChristian CharityNews
Catholic World Mission and HELPING HANDS Medical Missions successfully donated 25 hospital beds to a hospital in Bibiani, Ghana.
9.  Providing preventative health care for the poor children in Mano Amiga schools so that they will have better chances for academic success.
MANOS Program Brings Hope and Healing
Equatorial GuineaChristian CharityNews
The MANOS program in Mano Amiga (Helping Hands) schools is helping underprivileged children succeed in school by providing for a basic physical need: health care.
10.  A total of 23 fathers and sons went on the trip.
Time with God and the Guys
Christian CharityNews
A father and son who attended a mission trip to El Salvador report back on their experience.
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