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Say No to Child Soldiers!

Convention on the Rights of the Child  Article 38 [summarized] – Children under the age of 16 years should not take a direct part in any conflict.   The birth of a child usually comes with a cry from the newborn. As the child cries out, acclimatizing to a new environment outside of the comfort of […]

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South Sudan Cries for Help: Will YOU Answer?

Extreme poverty is a major global challenge and the InnerCity Mission works to put it at bay on a daily basis. This year, through the Global Missions initiative in 40 countries in all the continents of the world, our mission is to establish practical and innovative ways for beneficiaries to lift themselves out of poverty and in turn save […]

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Global Missions Initiative Takes Full Swing in Uganda and Ethiopia

Dear Partner, The wind of change is blowing through the inner cities of targeted East African countries as the interventions of the InnerCity Mission spread to Uganda and Ethiopia through her Global Missions Initiative. Indigent children, families and disadvantaged communities within these regions can now look forward to better and more sustained assistance as we work even more closely […]

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Why Food? (Commemorating #WorldFoodDay)

Food is any substance consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. It is usually of plant or animal origin and contains essential nutrients, such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals. People who don’t get enough to eat become malnourished and suffer from malnutrition. Malnutrition is very dangerous to human health as it usually results in death when not dealt with; and as with other […]

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