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People carrying aid items in Pakistan

To date, CWS has distributed 600 metric tons of food in flood-affected areas and has provided mobile health units in four Pakistani districts.  Photo: Saleem Dominic.

Pakistan: Millions still in dire need as another heavy monsoon season approaches
CWS, the United Nations and the Pakistani government are asking the international donor community to step up following the feeble response to the worst flooding in Pakistan history. Learn how you can help.

CWS, generous congregation help refugees get connected
Resettled refugees in Greensboro, N.C., can now conduct online job searches and practice their English using self-paced language programs – thanks to a new computer lab made possible by the Congregational United Church of Christ.

Radiation still hazardous in Myagi and Fukushima prefectures
One year after the nuclear disaster in Japan, CWS partners in Japan’s coastal area are working to relocate children to lower-radiation areas to allow their bodies to recover from and expel the radiation they have been exposed to in Fukushima. See how CWS work continues.


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