“C” in “CEDAR” stands for “Christians response”. CEDAR strives to live out the integral mission of the Church in partnership with Christians around the world and build a just and compassionate world together in Christ.
“E” is for “Education”. CEDAR provides a series of talks and learning activities for students and Christians to learn more about global poverty and Christian-approach on development work.
“D” stands for “Development. The cause of poverty is deeply rooted on broken relationships between man and God, man and others, man and self due to sin. CEDAR’s projects ultimately aim to bring reconciliation among these relationship.
“A” is for “Advocacy”. Through education and advocacy, we yearn for justice for the poor in the world corrupted by sin. Our involvement is rooted in God’s mandate for justice and mercy.
The “R” in CEDAR stands for “Relief”. Poverty makes people vulnerable to disasters and disasters in turn keep people in poverty, wiping out the few resources they have. CEDAR’s relief work is more than giving relief materials, we restore hope for the hopeless with God’s love and compassion demonstrated through the work of our Christian…