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Sponsored Mother Tragically Killed

Supporters’ funds for Project Baby Moses made a difference for Laiba,* a mother in Israel. In 2020, Laiba was a mother of four children when she learned she was expecting triplets. Since her husband had no consistent income, how could they provide for three more children? They considered abortion.

Then Laiba heard about centers in Israel that help women in crisis. These centers receive support from Project Baby Moses, and their counsel helped Laiba decide to keep her triplets. When she gave birth to three healthy babies in May 2021, a Project Baby Moses sponsorship provided practical items like cribs and diapers for her babies.

Last year Laiba gave birth to another baby. Then in October, war broke out between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza that still continues today. Tragically, Laiba was killed in this conflict, leaving her husband to raise their children. Their community is large and supportive, but the journey ahead will no doubt be difficult. Please pray for Laiba’s husband and his motherless children.

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Caring About the Precious Unborn

Semira* was expecting her second child. She and her husband had immigrated to Israel from the African country of Eritrea, hoping for a better future. But even in Israel the couple struggled to make ends meet and didn’t know how they could provide for another child.

Semira found help at a crisis center for expectant mothers that CAM supports through Project Baby Moses. Supporters’ funds enable us to assist several centers in Israel that offer hope, counsel, and practical items like diapers, cribs, baby formula, clothing, and blankets. Many expectant mothers in
Israel wonder how they will support their unborn children. Some choose to end their baby’s life in
abortion. The help and counsel at these centers encourage mothers to choose life for their children.

Semira said the love and support from the center gave her strength to carry her baby to full term. When her son was born, she and her husband named him “Yona-El” which means “dove,” symbolizing
peace and hope. Yona-El celebrated his first birthday in April. His mother expressed deep gratitude for the generous help she received, enabling her to care for Yona-El. She gives a big thank you to her sponsor.

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