A physician looks for ways to fight discouragement in patients, and stigma in the community.
Tributaries International collaborated with Mercy Ships in Madagascar August 11-15 to train community caregivers in mental health.
Now in a new season, Bridges for Children embraces a time of transition into a new model of care.
Thanks to you, these girls from the mountain regions of Nepal have coats and warm clothes for the winter!
We don’t often think of places like Pakistan or Liberia when we think of Christmas music, but as Arif says: “All cultures and societies have great differences, but Jesus and His love are the same everywhere.”
What do our students in Uganda do when they aren’t in school? Between school terms, children help at home with family chores, farming or business.
Blending their voices and bending their knees, Arif and Kanvee have poured their hearts out into the songs they have put together. As the wise men traveled from afar and came together to pay tribute and give gifts to the newborn King, so everyone involved in this project does the same.
These have chosen to seize the moment to pursue their dream amidst the storm called the “TEST”. With smiles so broad, they have accepted to face the challenge, pursue their dreams regardless of the hurdles with the aim of having a bright future.
This summer, a mental health team from Tributaries International trained over 200 service providers in four nations. “This has helped us so much even in this short time,” Says one church leader. “People have noticed the change.”
Mangeni is thrilled to be in school today. Because she’s in school, she has a chance to bring herself out of poverty. As she sits in class, she tries hard to focus. There was no dinner at home last night.