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Hurricane Sandy recovery is progressing on the Jersey coast.

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Director of Department of Homeland Security’s Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships visits BDM site
March 14, 2013
Director of Department of Homeland Security’s Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships visits BDM site

Volunteers prepare $100,000 gift for hurricane victims - set record
January 16, 2013
On December 14, 150 volunteers assembled 1,000 Emergency Clean-up Buckets for victims of Hurricane Sandy – and they did it in 60 minutes.

BDM celebrates with Town of Pulaski
November 28, 2012
Brethren Disaster Ministries joined the Town of Pulaski in celebration on November 14 upon completion of the tornado recovery project.

BDM Hurricane Sandy situation report
November 2, 2012
Brethren Disaster Ministries gives a situation report following Hurricane Sandy’s destructive landfall on October 29, 2012.

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Two Brethren Disaster Ministries project sites in the United States are receiving support through grants from the Church of the Brethren’s Emergency Disaster Fund (EDF), totaling $75,000. Brethren Disaster Ministries also has directed an EDF grant to the island nation of Vanuatu after it was hit by Tropical Cyclone Pam. Read more »


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‘They called to us to come closer’: An interview with a Chibok girl who escaped (March 31, 2015)

On the night of April 14, 2014, Hauwa was in her room at school when she heard voices outside. When she looked outside she saw soldiers coming toward their dormitory. “They called to us to come closer,” Hauwa recalls. “When we got closer to the men, they asked us where our teachers were. When we told them that our teachers were staying in town, they wanted us to show them where the food was being stored. It became clear to us that these men were not soldiers but Boko Haram. We were all very frightened. Before we realized what was happening, they began shoving us into cars and driving us away.” Read more »


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