Many Liberian schools reopened last week after a seven-month closure due to the Ebola virus, but only one of the Adventist Church’s 24 schools joined them because of stringent new requirements involving washing stations and chlorine.
Continuing its fight against Ebola, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency has begun a new project to provide emergency supplies and preventative education to 87,000 people and eight health centres in Liberia.
Twenty-seven years of civil unrest characterised by violence and continued poverty tore East Timor apart. The result? Thousands have experienced, and continue to experience, hardships most of us struggle to fathom.