KARAWA, DR CONGO (August 2, 2012) – Newly installed solar panels have enabled the hospital here to have electricity nearly every day. Continue Reading »
Posts tagged ‘Development-Relief’
CHICAGO, IL (November 17, 2011) – Want to buy a bucket of fish? Or how about a pig or a sheep? Continue Reading »
OLYMPIA, WA (September 14, 2011) – The water tower in Bokonzo, Democratic Republic of Congo, frequently runs dry, but thousands of people in the area count on that water. Even when the tower is filled, broken supply lines have hampered delivery to residents. Continue Reading »
MIYAKO, JAPAN (July 11, 2011) – Japanese citizens whose homes barely missed being destroyed by the tsunami in March now are dealing with survivor’s guilt, and most of the people left homeless are still living in evacuation shelters or government-built temporary housing, says Dave Husby, director of Covenant World Relief. Continue Reading »
MISSOURI VALLEY, IA (June 8, 2011) – Volunteers from Evangelical Covenant church congregations in Omaha, Nebraska, worked Tuesday to stave off flooding expected to overwhelm parts of the region while members of the church in Springfield, Massachusetts, continued to help their neighbors recover from last week’s tornado.
CHICAGO, IL (April 12, 2011) – Dulcie Gannett was the longest-serving chaplain at Swedish Covenant Hospital and had ministered to thousands of patients until she died suddenly last November. Continue Reading »
ELGIN, IL (March 25, 2011) – Henoch Fuentes, an Evangelical Covenant Church minister, and nine firefighters from this community received national attention in Chile recently when they delivered donated fire equipment and helped train emergency personnel in the earthquake-shattered city of Rancagua. Continue Reading »