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  • Assisting Schools in Need in Special Region 4 in Myanmar (Burma)
    Assisting Schools in Need in Special Region 4 in Myanmar (Burma)

    Schools in Special Region 4 in Myanmar (Burma) such as Jingkang Central Elementary School, Mengsuo School and Jingyang Guogan Lincoln Elementary School in Nanban are in need textbooks, reading materials for students and other resources for study and physical education. Students at these schools primarily study the Chinese language, but they do not have computers, video projectors and other equipment. Some of the students are orphans, and many of them are from single-parent families. These schools asked for international assistance.

  • Bringing Flood Relief and Sharing Love in Hubei Province, China
    Bringing Flood Relief and Sharing Love in Hubei Province, China

    Xianning City, Hubei Province of China, had been inundated by heavy rains from June 1 to June 15, 2015. Flash floods carrying rocks swept across the mountainside of Xianning when the town was asleep. Our Association members from Wuhan City, Hubei Province, following Master’s loving instructions, immediately went to the disaster area to investigate the situation. The local government officials said that the scale of this disaster had not been seen in the past 200 years. Overall, 1.2 million people and approximately 58 villages and townships were affected. At least 23 lives were lost. In addition, the local water, electricity and roads were all cut off by the disaster.

  • Relief Teams From Around the World Work Together to Help Victims of Nepal Earthquake
    Relief Teams From Around the World Work Together to Help Victims of Nepal Earthquake

    A strong earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale struck Nepal around noon on April 25, 2015, the worst quake since 1934. The epicenter of the earthquake was 77 kilometers northwest of Kathmandu and was felt in neighboring countries including China, Bangladesh and as far as northern India. More than 9,000 people lost their lives, more than 23,000 people were injured, over 750,000 houses were damaged or destroyed, and an estimated 8 million people were affected by the earthquake.

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