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ADRA China: As the one-year anniversary of the devastating magnitude 8 earthquake in Sichuan passes. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) China would like to share with you one of the ongoing recover work, designed and provide a significant, life-long impact…
ADRA Myanmar – A Shelter Construction Project is being implemented by Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Myanmar with funding supported by ADRA Czech and ADRA China from 22nd April 2009 to 30th June 2009. The project involves construction of over 25 durable shelters and distribution of shelter materials to families in need, with approximately 125 beneficiaries. One year after the destruction by the tropical storm Nargis, there are still hundreds of families in Myanmar w...
Two international relief agencies had host an Emergency simulation for the Asia-Pacific Region. ADRA China were pleased to be invited...
Mid-November, 2008. Adventist Development Relief Agency (China) (hereafter: ADRA China) has finished its need assessments in Aba prefecture (Lixian, Maoxian, Mianyang) to investigate the needs of the victims in order to face the winter.
ADRA donors in Hong Kong were shocked by the devastation caused by the tsunami in Southeast Asia in late 2004. Donations received by ADRA were used to support the ADRA network Tsunami Response Co-ordination Office in Bangkok, a project in which sanitation facilities were constructed in 17 villages in the Cuddallore district of Tamil Nadu, India, and a project to construct fishing boats to replace those destroyed by the tsunami in Thailand. The tsunami was the largest disaster that the ADRA ne...
ADRA gives me confidence to my future.
Cao, a successful examples from ADRA's sheep bank.
Category 3 Cyclone Nargis struck Myanmar on 2 and 3 May 2008; ADRA Myanmar and ADRA China worked together to provide aids.
Beijing, China - The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is on the ground in China responding to the needs of survivors after a deadly 8.0 Richer Scale earthquake hit Sichuan, China at 2:28 pm on May 12. As of May 26, over 65,000 people are confirmed dead. There remain over 350,000 injured and 23,000 are still missing. Over 5.5 million are homeless, according to the state media. A May 25 aftershock, the strongest of thousands of aftershocks so far, has killed 6 additional people, ...
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