Ethiopia | Starving Christians denied government aid

Ethiopia | Starving Christians denied government aid

Even in the COVID-19 pandemic, quarantines and sweeping locust plague in Ethiopia, persecution against Christians has not decreased. The pandemic has opened up Christians, especially converts from Islam, to even greater persecution as tribal communities exploit the pandemic to punish them for what they see as betrayal of family, tribe and nation.

Iris and Muluken: Rising from remorse and rejection with your support

Iris and Muluken: Rising from remorse and rejection with your support

Poverty and persecution have presented Iris and Muluken – a young couple with two young children from Ethiopia – with unimaginably difficult choices. At the height of desperation, they fell for the empty promises of local Muslims – a decision they have since reversed and deeply regret. Your timely Covid-19 support offers the encouragement and fellowship they so desperately need.

Sub-Saharan Africa And The Coronavirus: “Your Prayer Is The Most Effective Weapon To Reach Out To Persecuted Believers”

Sub-Saharan Africa And The Coronavirus: “Your Prayer Is The Most Effective Weapon To Reach Out To Persecuted Believers”

Boko Haram violence is forcing people in Cameroon to flee While many countries around the world are in the midst of or are starting to emerge from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, countries across sub-Saharan Africa are just beginning to feel its impact – and...
A Dark Reality: Christian Women in 73 Countries Face Hidden Persecution Every Day (Part 2: Gendered Persecution by Country)

A Dark Reality: Christian Women in 73 Countries Face Hidden Persecution Every Day (Part 2: Gendered Persecution by Country)

While our research for the 2019 World Watch List shows that gendered persecution is particularly prevalent in Egypt, Ethiopia, Iraq, Colombia, and the Central African Republic, here’s a quick look at what’s happening to female believers in several of the countries on...