Category: Compassion World

Operation Compassion Prepares for Hurricane Dorian Relief

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By , September 3, 2019

The archipelago of the Bahamas consists of approximately 700 islands, islets and cays spread out across 500 miles of the Atlantic Ocean. About 30 of the islands are inhabited and are very low and flat. The highest points rise no more than 50 to 66 feet above sea level.

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Operation Compassion Sends Relief Aid to Israel

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By , July 18, 2019

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Operation Compassion recently sent a 40 foot overseas shipping container to Israel. The people of Israel face many difficult problems on a day to day basis. Throughout the Middle East region political and military unrest is the normal way of life. As with any relief aid Operation Compassion delivers, the only qualification is that there is a need.

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NEWS UPDATE: Meals Arrive in South Sudan

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By , August 29, 2018

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Last month, Operation Compassion joined two of our valued ministry partners on a missionto send 580,000 meals to the starving children in South Sudan. We are proud to announce those have arrived and are being distributed as promised!

This miracle to the famine laden survivors in South Sudan was possible only through the help of our product partners and financial supporters. Will you join Operation Compassion in helping feed these starving children?

 

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Operation Compassion Assists with Meals to South Sudan

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By , July 25, 2018

In 2011, South Sudan gained independence from Sudan after a 25 year civil war. Shortly after the celebration of liberation, the ruling political party divided and began infighting. By 2013, the political fighting devolved into street violence in the capital city and in many major cities across South Sudan and another civil war broke out leaving thousands fleeing for their lives. In 2017, government

 and world officials declared a famine throughout South Sudan as millions of people, mostly children, were starving to death. 

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Operation Compassion Begins Disaster Response to Tortola

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By , October 12, 2017

Operation Compassion began sending 40’ containers to Tortola this week after receiving clearance. Since Hurricane Irma struck the island nation in the British Virgin Islands, Tortola has been trying to piece together enough infrastructures to begin receiving shipments in port.

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