Last year my home was damaged by water; this year I jumped into a pool of water in the heart of NYC to help people in need.
Yesterday morning, Diana Nyad embarked on a 48-hour swim, reflecting the emotional and mental strength it takes to overcome and restore a sense of normalcy to lives disrupted by Hurricane Sandy nearly one year ago. Now in her second day, [...]
“Our response should match the scale of the disaster — not the level of attention paid by the media.”
“For survivors, access to quality medicines and health care can change a life.”
In Moore, Oklahoma, we’re focused on empowering health professionals to care for tornado survivors in need.
For residents, five men with intellectual disabilities, the opening marks the beginning of a new chapter in their lives.
Thousands of survivors in Japan have regained hope and peace of mind by working in the garden.
“Local residents told us they were relieved just by the sight of our mobile clinic!”
“Thank you for coming to Thatta and taking care of our basic needs.”
I was glad to see these health programs firsthand, a reminder of the strides that have been made and the needs that still exist.
“Entire neighborhoods were empty, and many homes were uninhabitable.”