UCC sends aid to people suffering in drought-stricken Ethiopia

With the most severe drought in almost three decades impacting lives across the dry landscape of Ethiopia, the United Church of Christ is acting to help the families at risk. UCC Disaster Ministries has sent a $10,000 grant to ACT Alliance, a world relief organization, to support ongoing food assistance, health and nutrition support, agriculture and livestock production, and safe drinking and bathroom water for 137,000 people.  Click here to read the full story in the UCC Newsroom.

Categories: Disaster Updates

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