Belito’s story, like the story of the boy and the starfish, reminds me that we are making a difference and that saving even just one life is incredibly significant.
We have seen so much growth at every level and are so thankful to our supporters who make this dream into a reality every day.
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.
Written by: Communications and Logistics Coordinator, McKenzie Thompson In 2019, we saved a total of 9,506 babies and toddlers! That means that together, we saved 4,764 MORE little ones last year compared to the previous year in 2018. We could not have done that without YOU! B I R T H A I D We […]
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 serve […]
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 just some of the questions […]
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 […]