FOCUS ~ The poor and Dignity>Dignity that Cannot be Seized — Interview of Women in a Zimbabwean Village
BACK TO THE BIBLE> The Trap of Discrimination in Poverty Alleviation
TAKING ACTION> The Love between a Grandmother and a Granddaughter
Upcoming Event> Barefoot Walk 2019 (Chinese only)
If one day you woke up and found yourself sold by your relatives, what would you feel? Isn’t human dignity priceless? How can other people put a price tag on a person and sell it as a commodity, subject to the owner’s exploitation?
Many countries in South Asia have been inundated during the monsoon season this year. Although the rain has eased up in some of the hardest stricken areas and water levels have subsided, up to 22 July, over 650 people had been killed and over 10 million had been displaced. In light of the severity of the disaster, CEDAR plans to provide a grant of US$60,000 (around HK$470,000) to our Christian partners in India, Bangladesh and Nepal to provide emergency relief to the victims in the region. CEDAR would like to ask all of you for donations to support disaster victims to overcome the adversity.