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Saving Moses is a global humanitarian organization saving babies (5 & under) every day by meeting the most urgent and intense survival needs where help is least available.

July 9, 2018

One Photo I Could Not Take

By Lindy Hickman Copeland People often ask me how I came to be a photographer. I didn’t go to school knowing that was my passion. I didn’t dream of it as a little kid. I simply took a camera on a year-long trip around the world and found that that little Sony was an extension... Read More»

March 11, 2015

Taking Pause in Angola

I’m taking a pause here in Angola, sitting on the ledge in one of our malnutrition clinics for Saving Moses. I’m pausing for lots of reasons, one of which is to have a few minutes to absorb & process. I can get so thick in the middle of all of these babies & moms that... Read More»

July 17, 2013

Each of Us Can Make a Difference

From Sarah’s heart… I always want to be upbeat and encouraging because we all have our own responsibilities and things that can concern us. But today, I’m having a hard time because I just listened to a story of heartbreak and hopelessness from a girl who has a little 2 year old son. I want... Read More»

June 24, 2013

Most urgent, least available

Saving Moses is visiting South Sudan! Sarah and the team are checking out South Sudan because our mission is to save babies every day where the need is most urgent and care is least available. South Sudan has only recently become an independent nation after decades of fighting with Sudan for its independence. It is... Read More»

May 16, 2013

Through the Lens of a Camera: A First Hand Account of Angola

I’ve been home now a couple of weeks and am just really starting to process what I saw and experienced.  I’ve been to many places, but never have I experienced the reality of how fragile life can be, as I did on this trip.  To see these frail bodies desperate to live, but knowing some... Read More»

April 29, 2013

Meet Moses: Angola’s Most Devoted Father

In Catumbela, our clinic is filled every day with babies clinging to life as they battle the horrors of malnutrition. They are very frail, never looking as old as they are. All too often, babies who are three or four months old weigh less than most newborns; so weak that they can’t even cry out.... Read More»

April 18, 2013

Raul Donde: A Sign of Hope in Angola

Over the past four trips that we have made to our malnutrition clinics in Angola, we have met a lot of young single mothers who were struggling to keep their baby alive. This is an all too common situation among women in Angola, and it is always a difficult scene to watch. However, not every... Read More»

April 17, 2013

Angola: It’s The Little Things

Being in Angola can make you really count your blessings, even the little ones. Here are a few of Sarah’s thoughts on the little blessings in life that she witnessed in Angola: I finished my trip to Angola with Saving Moses and one of the things that continues to hit home with me from this... Read More»

April 11, 2013

Hope Amid the Horror in Angola

Being in Angola is always a heart-wrenching experience, but we are seeing incredible improvements at our clinics every day. Here are Sarah’s thoughts as she witnesses the horror and the hope in Angola.  I’m with Saving Moses here in Angola where we are providing therapeutic formula every day, 4-6 times a day! I would love to... Read More»

April 10, 2013

Learning Different Ways in Angola

At our largest malnutrition clinic in Angola, located within Catumbela, Sarah and the Saving Moses team visited with the babies receiving treatment for malnutrition. While sitting with the babies during their lunch time, Sarah thought about a question that she is asked all the time. These are her thoughts. I’m sitting at one of our... Read More»

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