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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.

February 15, 2017

Never Be The Same

We just released trip dates and details for this year’s Storyteller Group Trip to Phnom Penh! We challenge you to travel to Cambodia with us this summer to love and be loved in return. Find out more HERE. My name is Hannah. I traveled to Phnom Penh, Cambodia last year with Saving Moses. Life is scary.... Read More»

January 20, 2017

The Muck, Mire, and Beauty of Bangladesh

Daulatdia, Bangladesh: the home of severely underage trafficked girls pumped full of drugs originally purposed to fatten cattle in hopes that it will make them look more developed. It is one of the largest brothels in the world—so large in fact that it has developed its own economy. Hairstylists, butchers, and even the brothel’s own... Read More»

December 11, 2016

Help is Coming, Syria.

Help is coming, Syria. We hear your babies’ cries, empty stomachs, and gut-wrenching heartaches. In a season of giving, joy, and fullness, we refuse to turn our eyes away. Christmas extravagance overwhelms, but their cries echo in our hearts. We turn our eyes to your besieged hometown and we gently whisper, “We see you. We... Read More»

November 29, 2016

Giving Tuesday?

Question: What in the world is #GivingTuesday? Answer: #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving. Celebrated on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many generous people focus on end-of-year giving around the Christmas season. #GivingTuesday harnesses the power of social media to create ... Read More»

October 5, 2016

A glimpse into a malnutrition clinic…

Take a peek into what a normal day looks like in a malnutrition clinic in Angola, Africa. Saving Moses provides therapeutic milk to six clinics in the Benguela province of Angola. Mothers are referred to our clinics and often have to travel a considerable distance to reach the clinic. Clinic staff members look at each baby’s ... Read More»

September 1, 2016

A New Hope For Afghanistan

Decades of conflict and instability have disrupted Afghanistan’s access to primary health care. This is a critical issue that affects rural Afghan families, in particular. The treacherous journey from a home to a clinic is often not worth the risk for expecting mothers. Every time they step outside the possibility of violence exists, ... Read More»

August 15, 2016

Passionate About Purpose

  I’ve always been inspired by people who are resolute about purpose. This is especially true when I visit Cambodia. We have some of the most purposeful and passionate staff members in our NightCare centers. I’m constantly blown away by their patience, warmth, and undeniable commitment to the babies and toddlers. These ... Read More»

July 28, 2016

Stories don’t tell: they show

2016 Storyteller Trip Saving Moses just returned from their first Storyteller Trip to Phnom, Penh, Cambodia. We took a group of 23 talented storytellers to observe, watch, and actively engage in the NightCare conversation. Stories are all around us. They make us feel alive, inspire us to greater trust, and move us to a place... Read More»

July 2, 2016

2015: A Year Of Impact

In 2015, our team grew stronger, our supporters hit it out of the park, and we saved more babies than ever before! You gave your time, resources, and heart to our babies and toddlers, and it allowed us to strengthen our foundation and expand our reach! In 2015, we saved, protected, and loved 4,943 babies.... Read More»

June 10, 2016

A New Behavior to Model

Before NightCare opened, Chea’s mother would worry about her son at night. To provide for her family, she had no other choice but to leave him alone while she worked as a sex worker. Chea’s father is a drug addict and was very violent at night. Chea was one of our first babies enrolled when... Read More»

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