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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 1, 2020

Turning A Bad Situation Even Worse

Turning A Bad Situation Even Worse Written by Director of Operations, Heidi Cortez Before the novel Coronavirus ravaged our world, Angola was already extremely food insecure. That means that most of the population lacks access to affordable, nutritional foods. A combination of drought, poor infrastructure, and vast inequality causes ... Read More»

June 23, 2020

Work with Children, End Poverty

Work with Children, End Poverty Written by Regional NightCare Director, Matt Nathaniel Note: Reference to children includes babies and toddlers too.  The world, in general, is not in the way it ought to be. Our greatest concern is poverty. The genuinely poor are those robbed of the ability to make choices for themselves – the... Read More»

May 22, 2020

The Effects of COVID-19 on NightCare

Written by Saving Moses Communication’s Coordinator, McKenzie Thompson The news about the global COVID-19 outbreak spread almost as fast as the virus itself, but several questions were left unanswered. Where did it originate? When will it be over? Will I lose my job? Questions like these have flooded the minds of people all ... Read More»

April 21, 2020

Important COVID 19 Update

IMPORTANT COVID19 UPDATE   During the global spread of Covid 19, Saving Moses continues to monitor and assess each of our countries’ needs to ensure the protection and care of our teams on the ground while still providing essential services for our babies and toddlers. In some countries, we have shifted our programming to best... Read More»

April 14, 2020

Severe Acute Malnutrition: More Than Being Hungry

Severe Acute Malnutrition: More Than Being Hungry Written by Saving Moses Communication’s Coordinator, McKenzie Thompson We see the effects of this disease on babies and toddlers every single day at our malnutrition feeding clinics in Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo. We see their hair get lighter and become brittle, ... Read More»

February 12, 2020

Hanging by a Thread: The Saving Moses Journey

Hanging by a Thread: The Saving Moses Journey Written by: McKenzie Thompson – Saving Moses Communications & Logistics Coordinator “Who abandons newborn babies? How did they arrive in some random field? Was anything with them, like blankets or bottles, when they were discovered? Were they wearing any clothing?” These were ... Read More»

December 12, 2019

Born in Refuge: Helping the Helpless

Written by: McKenzie Thompson – Saving Moses Communications & Logistics Coordinator At Saving Moses, we have recently launched our end of year campaign, which focuses on our Birth and Infant Aid program. We are helping pregnant women and babies in Iraq and Syria by providing midwives, obstetricians and pediatricians during ... Read More»

October 3, 2019

Surviving the Underpass

A guest post by Stephanie Drawdy, a Team Trip Volunteer from the summer of 2019. There is a Southeast Asian community that once lived in a slum known as Plankville. Its citizens lived high above running sewage and maneuvered in and out of their homes on rickety boards that often gave way. Some, including little... Read More»

August 29, 2019

Saving Moses – Who Are We Again?

After visiting our website or scrolling through our social media, you probably have a solid idea of who we are, but many people send in questions as to what exactly we do. Those questions may include: Why do we only care for babies ages zero to five? What happens to the babies after they turn... Read More»

July 18, 2019

Why the World Needs NightCare

O  N  E At ten years old, Napti found herself on her own—no family, no home, no education. Like many girls in her situation, she began trading the only thing she had for her basic survival needs. Her body. Now, seven years later, she is the young mother of a baby boy. She does not... Read More»

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