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UMCOR is a ministry of The United Methodist Church through the General Board of Global Ministries and our goal is to assist the most vulnerable persons affected by crisis or chronic need without regard to their race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.  We believe all people have God – given worth and dignity.
UMCOR’S work reaches people in more than 80 countries, including the United States.  We provide humanitarian relief when war, conflict, or natural disaster disrupts life to such an extent that communities are unable to recover on their own.
While UMCOR cooperates with other aid organizations to extend our reach, our most important partners are the people we serve.  We are confident that successful solutions to emergency or chronic conditions begin with the affected population.  UMCOR provides these survivors not only temporary relief but long – term education, training, and support.
UMCOR spends 100 percent of designated donations on the projects our donors specify.  When UMCOR donors give their time, money, and supplies, they join UMCOR as the hands and feet of Christ.
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Unlike many other diseases that are awaiting a cure, malaria was eliminated in the U. S. in the 1950’s.  However, in Sub – Saharan Africa, malaria continues to kill a child every 2 minutes.
But, there is hope!  Imagine No Malaria is part of a global partnership and together with our partners; our generation can beat malaria once and for all.  By improving the ways people fight the disease using bed nets, providing access to diagnostic tests and medicine, draining standing water, and improving sanitation we have already helped reduced malaria deaths by more than half.  Imagine No Malaria combines integrated health infrastructure, education and advocacy to address death and the debilitating effects of malaria in Sub – Saharan Africa.