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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.

April 24, 2019

The Sheer Weight of Humanity

  By Hannah, our NightCare Manager Before going to Bangladesh for the first time, I naively picked up a travel book, Bangladesh produced by Lonely Planet, thinking I would only get positive thoughts about the country I was about to visit. While this was partly the case, what stood out to me the most was... Read More»

March 27, 2019

Newsroom: The 700 Club

The 700 Club included a segment on Sarah Bowling and our NightCare program on their show. The 7-minute video is embedded below for you to view. Also included is a transcription of the video. Please visit their website or YouTube channel & like, comment, or share! Transcription Sarah: We were visiting a rural malnutrition clinic,... Read More»

February 14, 2019

Blinded Eyes

ABy Eric Drury    The sun was getting ever higher overhead and didn’t mix well with the layers of soiled garbage underfoot, the smell of fresh waste of all types and the heavy exhaust from the frequently used, yet hardly maintained, trains.             There are a ... Read More»

January 17, 2019

Who takes care of the babies in NightCare?

Written by the Saving Moses NightCare Manager.   Have you ever spent time with someone who is an incredibly hard worker? A person who makes you tired just to watch because of their dedication to what they’re doing? I lived with nearly 30 of them for a couple of weeks. Let me back up a... Read More»

December 5, 2018

Let’s Talk About “Least Available”

If you are familiar with Saving Moses, you’ve probably heard the phrase “most urgent, least available.” This single phrase is at the heart of our mission and often determines when or where we expand programs. People seem to understand the first half of this phrase. It makes sense that a nonprofit providing life-saving aid would... Read More»

August 27, 2018

Guest Post: Saving Moses Leads by Example

At Saving Moses, we love involving people in our mission. Each year, we take a team of about 10-15 people to Cambodia to volunteer in our NightCare centers. While there, they clean or repair centers as needed, visit neighborhoods to invite new attendees, and participate in play time, showing genuine love to the babies and... Read More»

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»

June 12, 2018

Why You Will See Fewer Faces From Us

  If you love Saving Moses, it’s because we save and protect babies. Sometimes, this means protecting them against the threat of death by malnutrition. Sometimes, it’s the threat of abuse and exploitation by the sex industry. Today, this means taking a close look at our own policies and saying, “We can do more.” After... Read More»

May 1, 2018

Why is the infant mortality rate so high in Afghanistan?

Why is the infant mortality rate so high in Afghanistan? Note to the reader: Names and images have been changed to protect identities. According to the CIA website, Afghanistan has the highest infant mortality rate in the world. In fact, 110.6 out of every 1,000 babies born in Afghanistan do not live to see their first... Read More»

February 20, 2018

Stars

A glimpse of innocence in an otherwise harsh world. Nights used to be long. When the stars awoke, my mother would usher me to the the dark corner of our small recycled home. Unknown faces made their way into our sleeping space and then shuffled out just as quickly as they came. I would spend... Read More»

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