Operation Compassion Responds to Tornado Ravished South

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By , April 28, 2011

Farmhouse on Old Parksville Rd in Cleveland, TN

In the aftermath of a devastating line of thunderstorms that spawned deadly tornadoes through the southeast, Operation Compassion was initiating its disaster relief network at 1:30 AM. Partners from across the country were calling offering product and relief goods to the hardhit areas. Nine (9) semi-trucks of goods and supplies was among the first offering. Continue reading 'Operation Compassion Responds to Tornado Ravished South'»

Operation Compassion Responds to Tornado Outbreak

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By , April 18, 2011

On Thursday afternoon, tornadoes started popping up in Oklahoma from a storm system that was heading to the deep south. By Saturday, the storm had reserved its worse destruction for North Carolina and Virginia where hundreds of homes had been destroyed or severely damaged. Fatalities were reported across the region and untold numbers have been injured. Continue reading 'Operation Compassion Responds to Tornado Outbreak'»

Operation Compassion Uses Strategic Plan In Response to Japan.

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By , April 12, 2011

Shortly after the earthquake struck Japan, Operation Compassion had a meeting with our partners to determine a response plan for assisting and coordinating a disaster relief effort. With leaders representing churches and agencies throughout Japan such as CRASH, JESDR, Agape CGN and resettled Philippine groups, a strategic plan was formulated in three phases. Continue reading 'Operation Compassion Uses Strategic Plan In Response to Japan.'»

Operation Compassion in Tonga, South Africa

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By , April 6, 2011

In Tonga, South Africa, there is a Children’s Home and Feeding Center that cares for children infected with HIV/AIDS at birth. The government of South Africa calls this area “The World’s Capital for HIV/AIDS” with more than 50% of the children infected at birth by one of its parents. In addition, they also feed children that are in need without HIV/AIDS.
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