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Articles relating to resource and education distribution – farming, engineering projects, food packages and vocational schools or colleges

A simple solution to a complex problem

2 June 2021

Read how a SIM worker developed an online system to feed thousands of hungry families in Peru’s second largest city.

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What it means to belong to the SIM family

16 February 2021

Knowing they are part of the ‘SIM family’ is vital for our workers on the field.

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Better together

27 January 2021

Meet the new SIM team passionate about sharing the gospel in Ghana.

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Still sharing hope with refugees

15 January 2021

Five years ago, more than a million people crossed into Europe and safer parts of the Middle East to escape conflict and poverty. Many of…

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Loving your neighbour in lockdown

10 November 2020

A pastor shares how his church joined forces with a charity to help those in need during COVID-19.

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A beacon of hope for the future

24 September 2020

Read about The Good News Hospital in Madagascar’s exciting new vision to train Malagasy surgeons and secure its future.

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Urgent: Flooding in Niger

7 September 2020

Severe flooding has covered Sahel Academy and the Bible school in more than five feet of water…

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Ministry in lockdown

28 July 2020

Like many SIM workers, Sherilyn and Deane Grainger had to suspend their usual ministry – working amongst refugees and migrants in Palermo, Sicily – because…

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Room to grow

21 July 2020

Following a pause owing to lockdown, construction has restarted on building a new training centre that will help SIM workers in a South Asian country…

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‘Chad is not an easy location’

13 July 2020

With its diverse population of hundreds of ethnic groups speaking 120 languages and dialects, it’s no surprise that Chad is sometimes called the “Babel Tower…

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Venezuelan refugees in Peru receive weekly food aid

19 May 2020

COVID-19 has forced Peru into a state of emergency as the country basically comes to a standstill. With a curfew and quarantine of all non-essential…

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‘I learned what it really felt like to trust God’

19 May 2020

Read a testimony from a young SIM intern in Bolivia to encourage anyone exploring mission. “My last few weeks in Bolivia – spent tying up…

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