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Have you googled 'Honduras' lately?
- At least 46 women have died in a women's prison
- Significant increase in gang violence resulting in many deaths
- Estimated 8-9 Hondurans dying to violence a day (as at June 30th)
- Lockdowns and curfews are in place in many areas Childhood Rescue works
- Six children in our programs have lost their mothers due to the prison fire
'In an instant' life can change, thankfully, our programs are designed to change too
Our Honduras team are all safe, which we are very grateful for.
The team are in constant communication with local community leaders, assessing and planning how to safely provide assistance.
Building a framework of community partnership is great when things are going well, but it's even more vital when safe access to community areas is not possible for our staff.
Right now the team are constantly monitoring the situation and working out how to adapt programs.
The focus for us is always children.
Identifying children who are in danger or most in need is a priority.
Childhood Rescue is built to work in the world's most dangerous and complex places.
Honduras is definitely dangerous and complex and your gift does help children survive and recover.
If you're the praying type, please pray for our Honduras staff, the children who've lost their mothers and all of the communities we serve.
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