Helping with the shelter project in Morocco has been an extraordinary learning experience, with volunteers from multiple cultures and languages working together to support the
It has been five weeks now since the border to the Dominican Republic has been closed, cutting off all import and export. Simple foods like eggs are next to impossible to find, and even if you have chickens, there is no longer any chicken feed or ground corn to feed them. The prices of items we can find are sometimes twice as expensive as they were even a few weeks ago and this severely worsens the hunger crisis here. We also see the effects of it in the prisons. Many of the prison staff express that they don’t know what they would be doing if it wasn’t for the help that we are able to offer. They remain very grateful for the help we bring.
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