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“We no longer have outside support to feed the children.”
Sister Laurence Traoré is a nurse and religious Sister working in Burkina Faso.
Before Coronavirus hit, Sister Laurence and her fellow Sisters helped displaced persons and cared for malnourished children. Now, with the pandemic fiercely attacking the world, they aid those who come to them, helping them practice good hygiene, social distancing, while distributing safety items.
However, our dedicated Sisters are immensely worried. While they remain committed to care for the Coronavirus patients, they cannot ignore the hard realities of their mission:
Children still need to be fed, displaced persons still need to be sheltered, and they, themselves, still need aid for their basic needs – basic needs so that they can continue to care for God’s most vulnerable. Please help.
As we continue to pray for the victims of Covid-19, will you assist these devoted women to continue with their valuable work? The love in our Christian hearts is limitless and can help alleviate so many of the hurts afflicting the world right now.
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