(CEDAR’s Project Officer Pui Shan visits a Rohingya family in Cox’s Bazar. The mother, who gave birth to a newborn baby, heard about infant vaccination service during regular household visit conducted by community health workers.)
While strolling through a muddy and dusty field, CEDAR’s Project Officer Pui Shan saw rows of tents sitting next to each other that were simply built by timber and canvas.
Continue reading CEDAR Visited Rohingya Refugee Camp in Preparation of Future Relief and Development
We’re Thankful for God and You
We give thanks to God for leading us through 2017 and 2018. CEDAR was able to walk alongside the poor and restore their dignity and value through 65 relief and development projects in partnership with 54 Christian organisations and churches in 13 countries around the world. The total number of beneficiaries exceeded 3.2 million.
Continue reading ANNUAL REPORT 2017-2018
Dear Supporters of CEDAR,
Few weeks ago, I was in Donggala, Indonesia, one of the hardest hit regions by the earthquake and tsunami on 28th September. We visited the victims in 7 of the 11 villages/temporary camps, where CEDAR is offering emergency support via our local partner, PESAT. Please click for details there. Here, I want to share with you my reflection from the trip.
Continue reading THE LETTER FROM CEDAR | December 2018