The Crisis Grows

The Crisis Grows

While police authorities are restricting the refugee camp in Calais, in northern France, a new camp has formed over the past few months 20 kilometers away in the town of Dunkirk. Living conditions in Dunkirk are equally as rough as Calais, and with the new year, Convoy of Hope Europe has pledged to adopt this new area as well. New partnerships have made this additional effort a possibility, and a plan to implement many of…

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Update On Calais

Update on Calais

where to buy cytoxan A new year begins for Convoy of Hope Europe with continuing work with in the Jungle refugee camp of Calais, France. New police restrictions on the land that the refugees and migrants are allowed to occupy meant a large portion of the Christian community started in the camp needed to be moved. People in the newly restricted sections were given three days to move. With previous construction teams, basic wooden structures had been built to…

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Christmas Came Early

Christmas Came Early

Christmas came early to a number of families in the Jungle refugee camp outside of Calais, France! Volunteers from all over the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, and Belgium brought Christmas shoe boxes, music, food, and celebration to those who are struggling through the damp cold, mud, and rough living conditions. Many of these families have been in the camp for months as they wait for either the French or British government to make a…

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A Continuing Crisis

A Continuing Crisis

The warm fall has been a blessing to asylum seekers who continue to cross borders and seas in hopes for a better life in Europe. While the numbers entering Europe have not slowed, we know it is only a matter of time before the temperatures catch up to the season. Convoy of Hope is continuing a multifaceted program to reach those in need of assistance. Our feeding program in Jordan is pivotal to survival for…

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Calais Update 03/10

Calais Update 03/10

On Saturday, 03 October, Convoy of Hope Europe (COHEU) organized two teams from Belgium for the refugee camp in Calais, France. That morning, after a major incident at the camp, all access was blocked by police except for a narrow, chaotic, path through the back. The teams constructed 4 small wooden huts to be used by women and 4 smaller tents for some of the men. The new residents were thrilled to have these simple,…

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