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WHERE ARE WE WORKING

Cabo Delgado | Mozambique

Escalating violence in Northern Mozambique causing a humanitarian crisis.

Project Jasmine

Supporting Syrian brothers & sisters

SOUTH SUDANESE REFUGEES IN UGANDA

Need your help

Photo: REUTERS/James Akena

Your donations have provided seed to South Sudanese families...listen to their responses

Seed

YOUR DONATIONS have provided families with seed for the planting season...which ends soon.​

100%
Provision of seed

Digital Audio Players

The players have arrived in Uganda; praying for their release this coming week!

60%
Delivery of Audio Players

Donations

YOUR DONATION could help provide a supplementary protein source

10%
Supplementary food source

STORIES

On 14 March 2019, Cyclone Idai made landfall in Beira, on the Mozambique coast.  A hydrologist and water purification specialist from SA partnered with the CRN, INcontext International, and Harvesters Ministries and visited the affected areas on three occasions.

These projects, and especially the partnership with the local body of believers on the ground in Mozambique, enable the restoration efforts to continue long after the CRN team has departed.

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Please note that alerts are only sent for crises where the CRN will be, or is involved.

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WHO ARE WE?

The Crisis Response Network is a Christian-based NGO that coordinates a network of partners for a strategic, compassionate and sustainable response before, during and after a crisis.  The CRN is not a direct implementer of a response but, through partnerships and local responders, aims to alleviate the suffering of victims of a crisis.

The Fingerprint Logo

We often forget how uniquely and fearfully we have been created! Nothing demonstrates this more beautifully than our fingerprints. 

  • Fingerprints reflect that we have been created, each person unique in his hopes, dreams, talents, and character.
  • Fingerprints can grow back if they are worn or badly burned, remain the same, even while you grow, and continue to represent you, even after death!
  • Fingerprints represent the uniqueness of a person’s needs when a crisis comes their way and is an astounding reminder of mankind’s resilience. 
  • Fingerprints aren’t easily erased; in the same manner, God’s unfailing commitment to us cannot fade.

May this logo remind you of all this, and that the people involved in the CRN live as an extension of His hands.