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International stories in 2017 

January

5 reasons to rejoice in Mozambique
A cattle project in Mozambique that’s met practical needs and improved the spiritual lives of 13 families

Persecution and revival in India
Acid attacks, beatings and arrests can't stop God moving

Cholera prevention underway in Haiti
BMS World Mission has helped more than 23,000 people in Haiti following the devastation of Hurricane Matthew last October

Guinea: construction and confidence
Young Guineans are growing in knowledge and self-esteem, thanks to BMS World Mission

Concern for detained Burmese pastors 
Two Burmese Baptist pastors whose detention by the Burmese Army prompted an international outcry face up to five years in prison

Finding faith in Brive, France
Healing, baptisms and people wanting to know more about Jesus – exciting things are happening in the ministry of BMS church planters

Proclaiming God’s love to the entire Arab region
A Baptist church in Beirut that has learnt to love its refugee neighbours is now testifying to that love to audiences across the Arab world through satellite television
 

February

BWA responds to immigration moves
The Baptist World Alliance (BWA) has issued a statement 'decrying' the US Government's recent immigration tightening

Providing running water for 60 families in Peru
60 families in Nauta, in Peru’s Amazon region, have access to clean, running water thanks to a BMS World Mission water project

Showing love to women in Chad
God’s love transforms hearts. BMS volunteer Rebecca Hotchkin has seen this working with women who have suffered domestic abuse in Chad

Building confidence in church outreach
How a Baptist church in Ica, Peru ran a medical campaign and shared the good news about Jesus at the same time

South Sudan is starving and needs our prayers
Famine is the latest problem to beset one of the world’s most fragile states. BMS World Mission is helping hundreds of people in desperate need

Afghanistan: helping babies and mothers survive
Babies and mothers don’t stand a chance in Afghanistan. Their odds of surviving pregnancy and birth in a country with one of the highest infant and maternal mortality rates in the world are very poor. That’s why BMS World Mission is hard at work, standing alongside Afghan communities to bring about lasting change for the people of this beautiful country.
 

March

The day they drowned at sea
A heart-shattering story of a migrant mother who lost everything reminds us that we cannot let our hearts grow numb to these stories
 

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