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Youth in Ghana face many harsh realities including poverty, violence, and trafficking. Let's work to give them every opportunity to build resiliency to the things that can make life harder.
Two sisters and a child with special needs seek refuge in Colombia
In their home country of Venezuela, sisters Yenire and Becsy couldn’t access the necessary medications for young Rachel’s convulsions. As any parent would, they took every possible action to keep Rachel healthy, but eventually decided that seeking refuge in neighboring Colombia was the only choice.Play
The youth of Haiti are resilient
Haitian youth, like Revins, are breaking cycles of generational poverty through Bethany's youth resiliency program.
The journey of a refugee family
When violence forces a family to flee their home to a neighboring country, their world is turned upside down. Discover the journey of a family resettling in the U.S.Play
On the streets of Bogotá
With no way to pay rent, Jeidi and her kids were evicted. As they wandered hungry through the streets of Bogotá, Jeidi couldn't see the future anymore.
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.
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.