Samaritan's Purse is an evangelical Christian humanitarian aid organization that provides aid to people in physical need as a key part of Christian missionary work. The organization’s president is Franklin Graham, son of Christian evangelist Billy Graham. The name of the organization is based on the New Testament Parable of the Good Samaritan, in which Jesus uses a parable to teach people one form of the Golden Rule; "love your neighbor as yourself".

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  • Rohingya fathers (and mothers) want a brighter future for their children and are making the best of difficult conditions in a refugee camp. Watch the story of two fathers and their children, all touched by the work of the Samaritan's Purse Diphtheria Treatment Center. Learn more: http://sampur.se/2Bv4vx3

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  • It is amazing how God plans things out and cares about the small moments that we sometimes feel are insignificant. It’s in those moments when God sees the hearts of those in need and provides comfort. I experienced such a moment when I visited the Samaritan’s Purse Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery Project held at […]

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  • I recently met U Maung Thet who had participated in the Samaritan’s Purse migration education and trafficking awareness training in Myanmar. He shared the following story with our team about a teenager he was able to help. Kyaw Min is a 15-year-old who went missing from his village. His grandma tried to find him, but […]

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  • Sakera, I think about you every day since I left Bangladesh and have the drawing you made me next to my bed. The first day we met at Memorial Christian Hospital you were so scared and shy. I wanted to talk with you, to get to know you, but struggled because of the language barrier. […]

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  • Dusty paths created only by animals and foot traffic weave through sand and scattered brush throughout rural Niger. These “roads” are all that connect our evangelists with the numerous villages they visit each week. After traveling some of these rough wilderness routes through Niger I understood a little more about the difficulties our evangelists face […]

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  • “Our teachers used to teach the children in school to wash their hands, but we didn’t have a hand-washing station for them to practice,” said Yav Don, principal of Kouk Samrong Primary School in Cambodia. Kouk Samrong School has 239 students and eight teachers. Many didn’t practice proper hygiene and sanitation because the school lacked […]

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  • As her face turned suddenly cyanotic, her last breaths approached and she lost consciousness. Stella was already on the maximum amount of oxygen we could give her. I was not facing this moment as a life-saving, third-world missionary doctor who wanted to “save the day.” In fact, I wanted to run from the moment. I […]

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  • “I would take her pain if possible,” Lyla told me. Lyla and I talked while her daughter, 8-year-old Sumaya, slept beside her on a bed in our Diphtheria Treatment Center. They came to the center because Sumaya’s throat was so swollen she couldn’t eat or drink. Sumaya had already been sick for three days before […]

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  • It’s a normal day in the maternity ward at Maban County Hospital in the Upper Nile region of South Sudan. Mothers are trickling in and out while others are laboring to give birth, and newborns are taking their first breath and letting out their cries. On and on it goes. A distressed young lady walks […]

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  • The smell of decomposing trash and filth reaches me before we round the first corner. In borrowed rubber boots from the barangay (district) community center, I slosh through black mud. I’m following Queen, the Samaritan’s Purse water, sanitation, and hygiene program coordinator, into Tondo. Tondo District lies on the outskirts of metro Manila, Philippines, and […]

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  • “Would you like to go on a walk with us?” I had just arrived in Haiti, and this was my first introduction to Ruth and Nina, who work with Samaritan’s Purse. Eager to explore the community and to get to know these new friends, I excitedly agreed. Children from everywhere and seemingly out of nowhere […]

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  • Over the last twelve months I feel like I have traveled the refugee trail. I am not a refugee and cannot claim to understand the pain and trauma a refugee experiences, but it has been a sobering privilege to meet them at various stages of their journeys and sit with them and hear their stories. […]

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  • The approach of our caravan was very different from the line of camels the Taureg people rode as they passed us in the sand dunes. Their richly colored fabrics against the horizon of sand captivated me until they were out of sight as we sped on toward the village they were coming from—Bamban Katami. Children […]

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  • Phall Sophea and her husband are farmers in Cambodia. They have one daughter who attends the school in their village. Working in their family’s rice field didn’t provide enough income to support the family. The selling price for their raw rice was very cheap, but the price of milled rice and other items from the […]

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  • Kyaw Doo is a 31-year-old father who lives in a village in the mountains of Myanmar near the Thailand border. Kyaw has endured many hardships since childhood due to years of war in his region. He and his family had been displaced many times until they finally made this village home about 10 years ago. […]

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