Our Mission is to deliver quality relief, livelihood and capacity building services to communities around the world so as to empower these communities to help themselves and become part of the solution to development challenges.


The most persecuted people on earth – UN

Escalating violence in September 2017 forced an additional 700,000 to flee to Bangladesh, leaving them in an extremely vulnerable state.


1 in every 110 people are displaced .Over half of those are children.

That’s over 68 million people globally who have been forcibly displaced by war, violence, and persecution. We believe that no border or barrier should stop people from experiencing God’s love. That’s why we go where others have said we cannot, working with vulnerable and displaced communities that are difficult to reach in order to bring practical solutions that build a future for children free from hardship and exploitation.


Susuaville Scales Up Response to Alleviate Enormous Suffering

We are working at absolute maximum capacity, and with the utmost urgency, to meet the immediate survival needs of refugees and avert a humanitarian catastrophe. We are deeply committed to helping restore the dignity of these traumatized people.


Making Change Happen It’s that simple to change their future.
We have three ways you can get involved right now to ensure that children caught in conflict can experience freedom and fullness..


Refugees are forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster and have legal right to seek safe asylum. They face limited access to healthcare and education and often with no means of official employment. Also, they are dependent on outside assistance for the basic necessities to survive.


Internally displaced people are those who are forced to flee their homes but remain within their country’s borders. They are often extremely vulnerable, facing food shortages, inadequate shelter, lack of access to water, sanitation, healthcare, and education. This severely impacts the of children and contributes to high malnutrition.