At the core of the old adage “It takes a village to raise a child” is the idea that parents alone cannot possibly provide all of the resources necessary to ensure the healthy development of a child. Read how CASE is trying to help.
Nearly half of the students attending public schools are likely to have one or more adverse childhood experiences. Stefanie Nsubuga, CASE manager, explores how CASE offers a hospitable environment for these students.
Every Sunday morning at Tahanan a group of mothers come together to learn God’s Word. One of the more special parts of the time is hearing their children sing songs upstairs as they’re also learning at the Tahanan Kidz program.
With the support of many, Quinn Ssemekula continues to defy the statistics of children with chronic illness in sub-saharan Africa. Her father, Lawrence, writes a sincere letter of gratitude to all those who have contributed to her health over the years.
This past month, Rose Oungh came to visit family in the United States and spent part of her time at our headquarters in Nashville, TN. During her visit, Rose shared about her background, her faith, and work with our organization. Rosemary Sherrod highlights some excerpts from an interview conducted by Joshua Nava.
“The type of opportunities the Lord has given us as a regional team surpass what I could’ve ever imagined just a few years ago.” Betsy Johnson reflects on her most recent experience facilitating a teacher conference in El Salvador.
“This process of critically thinking about the information we receive and how to use it responsibly will be ongoing, as education always is.” Ben Reese reflects on why education is still necessary in the age of information.