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In the first half of 2015, CWS shipped more than 73,000 CWS Kits to communities in need around the U.S. and around the world! THANK YOU to everyone who made this possible! Full report: http://ow.ly/Q2YxC
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BREAKING: Monsoon rains and flooding have destroyed homes, ruined farmland and wrecked roadways and bridges in a majority of Pakistan's provinces, with more rain to come. CWS and Community World Service Asia are responding: http://ow.ly/Qbtx8
Situation. Monsoon rains and flooding have destroyed thousands of houses, ruined acres of farmland ready to harvest crops, and have wrecked roadways and bridges. Widespread heavy rain and flooding is expected to continue over the next five days across the country.
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In this community in Indonesia, families used to spend THREE HOURS every day getting water. Thanks to a new well, it only takes 40 MINUTES.
What would you do with more than two hours of extra time in YOUR day?
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Today is the presidential election in Burundi, the political unrest of which has led to a refugee crisis in recent months.

In neighboring Tanzania, CWS & our ACT Alliance partners are supplying Burundian refugees in Nyarugusu Camp with 10,000+ gallons of clean water daily. Whatever today's election brings, CWS will be there, providing water, latrines and more: http://www.cwsglobal.org/blog/water-and-latrines.html
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The world is corrupt. Wy not support for Burundian refuges in southern Africa since 2002. NO HOPE FROM U N H C R.
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Since April, tens of thousands of Burundians have fled their country following election violence and a failed coup.

CWS and ACT Alliance are serving Burundian refugees in neighboring Tanzania through water, shelter, protection and materials like blankets, clothing and cooking equipment. Our plan to support those who have fled: http://ow.ly/PHQW3
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They will be no hope in these corrupted world organisations
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Four years ago, Amal was at the end of her rope. She struggled to feed her children and came to the only place she knew that could help.

Now, she has a college degree and is a mentor to other refugee women. Her story: http://www.cwsglobal.org/stories/amal-stars.html
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Think that providing support to people is a genuine ministry regardless of one's religious background or persuasion, but when you provide support in areas related to personal experience it gives that ministry all the more meaning.
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As vote counting continues in the Burundian election, an updated emergency appeal from CWS.

In cooperation with our ACT Alliance partners and UNHCR, CWS is distributing 10,000 jerry cans to refugees in Tanzania's Nyarugusu Camp: http://ow.ly/PWOP6
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Today, the United States and Cuba officially re-established diplomatic relations and reopened their respective embassies in each other's capitals. CWS is a staunch advocate for normalized relations between the U.S. and Cuba and we celebrate President Obama and President Castro for the work that led to today. Years of dedicated, strategic and consistent ecumenical advocacy by CWS and our member communions and denominations have contributed to this milestone.

Yet, more work lies ahead. Lifting the U.S. trade embargo would vastly improve the day-to-day lives of many Cubans. Let that be the next goal. This is a humanitarian issue that CWS will continue to focus on as lifting the embargo will greatly improve the lives of our sisters and brothers in Cuba.

We are excited about what the future holds for the U.S. and Cuba. Today, we applaud a concrete step towards peace.

- The Rev. John L. McCullough, President and CEO of CWS
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It's about time!
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Eid Mubarak from all of us at CWS!
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Fighting hunger and poverty. Promoting peace and justice.
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Church World Service works to help those who face hardship have better lives. Through CWS, we provide emergency relief for those displaced by disasters or war, we resettle refugees, we support programs that foster self-reliance, and we advocate for those without a voice.

CWS is working with partners to eradicate hunger and poverty and promote peace and justice among the world's most vulnerable people.