Meanwhile in Africa...
Cyclone Idai podcast round up: Meanwhile in Africa... is a 3+ minute story shared by George Snyman about serving Africa's most vulnerable through Hands at Work in Africa. The following stories are selections from the podcast which specifically relate to the devastating cyclone that hit Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi in mid-March.
Go Find Them (June 1, 2019)
She's so vulnerable. The Cyclone hit her and her mom's hut, and overnight they disappeared. They left the village, going four hours into the bushes in a very tough area where men don't like to go.
On The Rubble Of Their Homes (April 13, 2019)
One of my prayers has always been: Lord, when those times must come to me, may your name be glorified. And that's going to take Supernatural power because in myself, I've got nothing.
Busy Cooking (April 6, 2019)
She is looking after a number of orphans in her hut. And in the middle of the night, they had to jump out of the house as it completely collapsed. Today they are living in a little kitchen hut.
Waiting in the Dark (March 30, 2019)
They didn't know Audrey and I would be coming late that night. Imagine how vulnerable they were if they went to a grandmother with three orphans whose house already collapsed.
Cyclone Idai (March 30, 2019)
One of the first things that you learn when you're on ground zero in Africa after a tragedy like this, is the incredibly small margin for error the poorest of the poor people have when facing a normal, big problem or crisis turned into a disaster.