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While adhering to strict safety regulations, our staff and volunteers continue to deliver meals to the elderly three times a week, with extra biscuits and bread for weekends. Schools and universities remain closed and all group gatherings have been banned – affecting children at our afterschool project, as well as gatherings at soup kitchens. We keep regular contact with those we can by phone, offering emotional and spiritual support. Grocery deliveries to sponsored families are ...
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Schools and Universities remain closed. Students and scholarship participants who have the means, have the opportunity to continue their studies online. Sadly many are unable to, because of poor living conditions. 
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Schools and Universities remain closed, but our scholarship participants can continue their studies online. Children from our afterschool project continue to benefit from regular snack deliveries. We also keep in contact with them offering written explanations on lessons and assignments and checking them without personal contact. 
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Vulnerable people from Glamoc and Zenica are able to collect what they need for a weeks’ worth of packaged food (adhering to social distancing requirements). Food and hygiene parcels are delivered at home for the elderly who are unable to collect. People  from our soup kitchen in Prijedor are able to collect a warm meal every day, and volunteers deliver to the elderly who are unable to collect. Hygiene parcels were delivered to others in Mostar, Bugojno, and Tuzla and included a Child...
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Only one person per family, with an Albanian ID and a valid permit, is allowed out to buy groceries for one hour per day.
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Children from our afterschool project continue to benefit from regular food deliveries. We also keep in contact with them by phone offering encouragement and online bible lessons. Children enrolled in our Bible Correspondence course continue uninterrupted. Schools and Universities remain closed, but our Scholarship participants can continue their studies online. We were blessed to give 21 laptops to help those who are continuing their studies online.Grocery deliveries to sponsored fami...
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The global crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been acutely felt in eastern Ukraine, where the line of contact between government- controlled territory and regions held by Russia-backed separatist formations has become even more complicated than usual – reports RFERL.–––––––––––––On March 25, Ukraine's government approved declaring an emergency across the whole country for t...
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On Tuesday March 24, President Klaus Iohannis said from the 25th onwards, movement during the day would be further restricted, and people over the age of 65 are banned from leaving their homes – reports Reuters. People are allowed to leave their homes only for work, with a signed note from their employers, and to buy groceries.The young people a part of our partner churches in Romania have stepped up in helping those who cannot help themselves. There are 33 elderly...
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When meetings were banned across the country, Mission Without Borders Moldova continued to cook food for our regulars at the Soup Kitchen and Street Mercy projects. The warm food was either distributed to people’s homes or people were invited to come and collect it.As the restrictions grew more limiting, changes had to be made again. Beginning March 30, all the Soup Kitchens in Moldova will deliver packages of food products instead of warm food. The homeless who depend on Street ...
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Like other countries in Europe, Bulgaria has introduced strict curbs on travel between cities and abroad and closed schools and restaurants. But in some Roma neighbourhoods, Reuters reports, authorities have gone further by cordoning off Roma areas within city limits, sometimes erecting makeshift walls to block roads. Please pray for these people who would be feeling more alone than ever before, pray that God's grace would find them where they are, that they would no...
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