Humanitarian Outreach to Refugees
Mission Eurasia's "I Care" Refugee Assistance Program provides for the most urgent physical and spiritual needs of refugees displaced by war, regional conflict, and other disasters in the countries of Eurasia.
Currently, we are assisting those affected by the ongoing war in eastern Ukraine where tens of thousands of people remain trapped in bombed-out villages in the war zone without natural gas, hot water, food, or basic necessities. Struggling to survive in these desperate circumstances, nearly five million Ukrainians have been displaced within the country by the conflict that continues to devastate the nation.
Through "I Care," Mission Eurasia's Christian leaders and other ministry partners seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those devastated by these conflicts, regularly delivering Bibles and Scripture resources, food packs, clothing, and other life-saving relief aid.
Refugees and Displaced people need your help today.
The past eleven months have been filled with suffering and pain, death and destruction for the people of Ukraine. Russia’s invasion and brutal assault on this peaceful nation have created the worst global humanitarian disaster since World War II.
The BBC recently reported that in a period of just eight days, “thousands of towns and cities across the country have been left without power, and President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russian strikes had destroyed about 30% of Ukraine’s power stations.”
As winter cold moves in, countless thousands of families and individuals hunker down in what remains of their cities and towns. They have no heat, little access to food, medical care — or hope.
Wood-Burning Stoves Project
Help deliver life-giving warmth and the hope of Jesus to suffering Ukrainian families.
Coats For Kids
War began in late winter. People were leaving and grabbing all that they could, but most could only take the clothes on their backs. Homes and villages were destroyed as the war escalated, making it impossible to return. Now, harsh winter weather is coming again and people don’t have warm clothes—or income to purchase them. The BBC reports that 30% of all energy stations within Ukraine have been destroyed, meaning that very little heat will be available this winter for displaced families and their vulnerable children.
For little children who have already suffered so much deprivation caused by the war, the long winter months ahead hold even greater misery, and perhaps sickness and death.
Coats and Blankets for Kids
Help suffering refugee children this winter. Your gift helps provide life-saving blankets and warm clothes while sharing the love of God.