Christians in Marmarita, one of the largest villages in Syria's Valley of the Christians, are receiving priority help as they escape there from conflict-ridden Homs. The project is just one of the rays of hope shining in Syria thanks to your help.
Nearly 60,000 Sudanese Christians are living as refugees in neighbouring Egypt, having fled a clampdown on the Church by the Islamist regime in Sudan's capital, Khartoum.
Based in the Christian quarter of Beirut, the Lebanese capital, the medical dispensary run by the Good Shepherd Sisters has a sign above the door saying "Religion is for God; dispensary is for everyone". And everyone comes...
Thanks to you, Jesuit priest Fr Ziad Hilal is providing food, shelter and medicine for people from Homs in Syria. The city was home to the country's second largest Christian community but most have fled after heavy fighting.