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The Nyadire Social Committee distributes food to families at The United Methodist Church’s Nyadire Mission in Mutoko, Zimbabwe. The Nyadire Connection, an all-volunteer group founded by individuals from a network of United Methodist churches in Pittsburgh, raised more than $25,000 for food relief at the mission. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

Donations pour in for church hospitals, missions

United Methodist hospitals in Zimbabwe receive protective gear for front-line workers, while mission families get food relief from Nyadire Connection.
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A volunteer from Tulsa Indian United Methodist Church loads up food boxes in a shopping cart so participants can take them home to a nearby apartment complex. Tulsa Indian United Methodist Church operates a food bank on the last Friday of the month. Photo by Ginny Underwood, UM News.

Native ministry fills need in Tulsa food desert

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of people seeking help at Tulsa Indian United Methodist Church has doubled.
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Bishop John Wesley Yohanna addresses the media during the commissioning of a borehole-drilling machine at The United Methodist Church’s headquarters in Jalingo, Nigeria. The rig will provide access to clean water in rural villages. Photo by the Rev. Ande Emmanuel, UM News.

New drilling machine boosts clean water efforts

The United Methodist Church in Nigeria’s purchase of a new borehole-drilling rig offers the hope of clean water for more people in rural villages.
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An Africa University student and a Yale student have co-founded a company they hope can provide small solar-powered clinics in African communities that have no health care. The students are Munyaradzi Chakonda (left) from Africa University and Jon Schulder (right) from Yale. Composite created by Kathleen Barry, UM News.

AU, Yale students aim to fill health care gaps

An Africa University student and a Yale student have co-founded a company they hope can provide small clinics in African communities that have no health care.

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