15 months after the earthquake in Nepal, floods and landslides caused by heavy rain struck the country in more than half of the provinces. Till 27 July, there are already 7,900 households affected and 5,400 families displaced. CEDAR’s partner, Asal Chhimekee Nepal-Pokhara (A.C.N), are now sending emergency relief support to one of the severely hit districts, Nawalparasi.
Continue reading Nepal floods due to heavy rain; CEDAR now stands by local relief work
Female genital mutilation is still prevalent in Ethiopia . Such derogative custom brought severe physical and mental distress upon females, and the participation of men is imperative in the fight against the system.
Continue reading Men and Women Joined Hands Against Harmful Traditional Practices in Ethiopia
Jannatul, “The Garden of Heaven,” is the name of a girl who possesses the same transcendent glow in her life, pursuing her dreams despite social and sex limitations of her culture.
Continue reading Supporting A Young Bangladeshi Girl’s Ambition
CEDAR’s 25th Anniversary and Inauguration Ceremony has been successfully held at Mongkok Baptist Church on 9 July, 2016. Together with more than a hundred guests, we counted the blessings of the Lord and thanked our compassionate God who has faithfully led CEDAR in the past 25 years. We have also witnessed the inauguration of our new chief executive, Dr. Raymond Kwong.
Continue reading In the Revolution of Time – CEDAR’s 25 years of Walk with the Poor
CEDAR is involved in equipping the local church leaders, seminary students, and believers of Yunnan China to personally care for the marginalized families. Axing Du (name obscured) is one of such victims not welcomed by the society.
Continue reading Community Services of Yunnan Churches: Walking with the Marginalized