We reach over a million people from all faiths, countries, and ethnicities each year as we help communities implement the three pillars of health: clean water sources, improved sanitation facilities, and proper hygiene training.
We protect the health and lives of mothers and children by donating to key global immunization partners to eradicate and eliminate diseases, strengthen immunization systems, and combat the outbreak of diseases around the world.
The World Health Organization estimates that one million newborns die each year from breathing difficulties. Latter-day Saint Charities provides training to medical personnel around the world in an effort to decrease the deaths of newborns and their mothers each year.
As the worldwide refugee crisis has worsened in recent years, Latter-day Saint Charities has responded by developing a three-pronged approach: immediate relief, long-term aid, and resettlement support. To accomplish our work, we have joined with a variety of trusted local and global partners to support refugees.
Over 300 million people worldwide live with low vision or blindness. We work to improve the quality of eye care and treatment delivered by local health care organizations so that blindness and visual impairment may be avoided.
We work with partner organizations that serve people with mobility disabilities to provide appropriate manual wheelchairs to individuals. According to WHO guidelines, we ensure each person is assessed, fit, instructed, and given ongoing support.
Five years ago, Emily Khasoa couldn’t put enough food on her table to feed her children. She also struggled to pay her children’s school fees and had to work long hours helping her neighbors to make ends meet. Read more about how Latter-day Saint Charities partnered with One Acre Fund to help her feed her family.