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They don't walk alone

Each day, thousands walk the Ruta de Caminantes between Venezuela and Colombia, seeking safety and refuge. This is one family’s journey.

Maternal health

Bethany’s services focus on the best interest of the child and the family. That can mean promoting breastfeeding where we are present around the world.

A harrowing refugee journey out of Venezuela

When Samuel and Ana fled Venezuela for safety, their worst nightmare was realized: They lost their daughter in the chaos of the trek. Discover how she was reunified with her parents.

Self-care for social workers

Yesenia Fermin, Bethany’s director of culture and belonging offers 4 ways social workers can build resilience—and why it matters for self-care.

How a promise to a dying mother transformed an Ethiopian family

Mezgede promised to take care of her dying friend’s daughter. But to keep that promise, she needed help.

Helping an Ethiopian orphan find a home

When Ethiopian police found young Ajani abandoned, Bethany supporters stepped in to help Maaza adopt him into her home.

Engaged fathers lead to stronger families

While working with families enrolled in our family preservation program, Bethany’s Ethiopia team recognized that inviting fathers to become more engaged with their children would lead to stronger families.

Refugee. Olympian. Human. Pur Biel's story

A talent for running—paired with the generosity of foster families in Kenya and the U.S..—gave Pur a new hope for his future.

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Faces of resilience: Serving refugees around the world

Refugees come from many different backgrounds, but they all need safety, community, and access to resources. Bethany is working across three continents to meet these needs.

"Like a family” isn’t a family

Should you give to orphanages? Almost always, no. There’s a better way to help children find families, not institutions. Learn why orphanages harm children and how you can help.

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