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One year after the Taliban took over the government, the outlook for Afghanistan is one of desperation, particularly for women and children.
As drought and the effects of war impact an already crippled food system in Angola, babies and toddlers fight to survive.
After asking the question, “What concerns you about going home?” the answer of a 26-year-old mom named Maria stopped me in my tracks. “I’m worried I will go home without my baby,” she said.
My recent trip to India was a really powerful experience for me because I got to see and experience- in the flesh- a dream come true.
Infant Mortality in Afghanistan: A Story Changed By Jamie Forster, Marketing Coordinator Imagine for a moment that you are pregnant. Your local hospital recently shut down but even if it were open, you could not afford to go there. Many women and babies in your village have died in childbirth. You do not know if […]
By Heidi Cortez, Executive Director We have all missed a meal at one point and felt the pains of hunger. When you are hungry, it is difficult to focus on anything else. I have watched my son’s entire demeanor change the moment he gets something to eat. He instantly transforms from cranky and angry to […]
This blog explores what leads to mass violence against a people group and how we should view all of humanity- a central value of the Saving Moses team.
Executive Director, Heidi Cortez, reflects back on her first trip to Angola where she witnessed both death and hope.
Thousands of babies die every day around the world before they reach 28 days. Why is this happening? What can be done to stop it?