ADRA Provides Aid for Families Affected By Covid In Haiti; and other world news | Adventist news

31 Oct 2020
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A day off work means a day without food. With Haiti’s frequent declaration of state of emergency in view of the COVID-19 crisis, half of its population are left with meager means. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency in the region reached out to the most vulnerable communities through cash assistance, educational pamphlets, and wash kits. Both staff and beneficiaries observed health protocols during the operation.

Mexican online cooking series reaches out globally

Drawing attention from many countries, the viral “Healthy Kitchen” series continue to motivate its viewers to live healthy in all aspects. The cooking program presents plant-based recipes and relates these to spiritual health. This is a project of Seventh-day Adventists in North Mexico in partnership with Montemorelos University. They have already aired 15 episodes in their Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Women share their hair for cancer patients

Sharing is caring indeed. For the Women’s Ministries Department in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, uplifting the self-confidence of women with cancer through wigs means a lot. Thus, it is their joy to cut and donate their hair for wigs. The social event also offered health services such as blood glucose checkup, breast self-exam promotion, and health reading materials.

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