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Bangladesh: Christians attacked for wanting to build a church

Around 20 Christian families from northern Bangladesh were set upon by an angry mob and driven from their Muslim village just because they wanted to build a church. CSI provided emergency assistance to ensure food and accommodation for the victims and also covered their medical costs. Day laborers Satar Sheikh and Shomsher Ali had journeyed… Read more »

Nepal: after the corona lockdown new hope for the future

The coronavirus lockdown in Nepal has left a legacy of suffering. Without work and facing starvation, over 1,000 people have taken their own lives in the past three months. CSI is providing hope for the future by helping some of those who have lost their livelihoods to set up in business. Bhakta Bahadur Chepang lives… Read more »

Help CSI give Myanmar refugee children the chance of a future

Myanmar Refugees

For years they were cooped up in a refugee camp, often went hungry and lived in constant anxiety.  Now, thanks to CSI support, 27 children from a refugee camp in Myanmar are able to attend school in Thailand and look forward to a better life. Sudarat, Anutchit, Pacharee and their classmates belong to the mainly… Read more »

CSI provides aid to victims of deadly South Sudan attacks

In the disputed border region between Sudan and South Sudan members of the Dinka ethnic group have come under attack from Arab Misseriya tribesmen twice in the past month. At least two children were killed and several women are missing. CSI is providing aid to the affected communities. South Sudan’s Aweil East County, close to… Read more »

Jailed Pakistani teen prays constantly for his release

Family of jailed Pakistani teenager

Nineteen-year-old Pakistani Christian Nabeel Masih was arrested four years ago on trumped up blasphemy charges. Since then he has spent day and night locked up in a tiny cell. CSI’s project partner visited the teenager in jail and found that his faith remains strong despite the appalling conditions in which he is being held. Nabeel… Read more »