Proper Handwashing Can Prevent Disease and Save Lives
Mariamou lives in the Minawao refugee camp in Cameroon. Latter-day Saint Charities and ShelterBox worked together to make sure she and her family have soap to wash their hands during the coronavirus pandemic.
18 September 2020
How to Be a Humanitarian, Part 1
Did you know there is an ethical code that humanitarians follow?1 Humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and independence are shared values that nonprofit aid organizations around the world embrace. As individuals within our communities, we can also keep these values as we look at ways to help one another.
4 September 2020
10 Facts about Latter-day Saint Charities
Latter-day Saint Charities has been the official humanitarian arm of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 1985. Here are some facts you may not have known about the operation of the organization.
28 August 2020
Economic Inclusion Is a Key Element of Immigrant Integration
Imagine being forced to leave the land of your heritage to seek safety and resettle somewhere new. Not only is this new environment completely foreign, but the language, customs, and job standards vastly differ from what you know. That’s what Amina Aliako had experienced: she went from being a full-time business owner in Syria to a custodian after finding refuge in the United States.
21 August 2020
Navajo Nation Rises through Hard Challenges
Latter-day Saint Charities Gives Humanitarian Aid to the Largest American Indian Tribe
14 August 2020
Saving Sight in Malawi
Latter-day Saint Charities, in partnership with Sightsavers, is helping children like Mary receive treatment to improve their eyesight.
7 August 2020
Giving Hope to the Rising Generation in Somalia
Together, Latter-day Saint Charities and the World Food Programme are providing food for schoolchildren amid COVID-19.
31 July 2020
“I Love This Place!”
How a teenage refugee transformed trials into service
24 July 2020
The Impact of Mothers
Mothers are the lifeblood—literally—of children and communities around the world. Women and mothers today face great challenges, but when we support them in their efforts to do good, the impact we have together is immeasurable.
13 July 2020
Chad Measles Vaccination Campaign: Protecting children six months to nine years old to get the country out of the epidemic
We are in Dourbali, a department of the province of Chari-Baguirmi in Chad. Under the large tree at the corner of the Chief of Canton's house, the vaccination team welcomes small children, mostly accompanied by their elders, all concerned with getting vaccinated.
18 June 2020