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Tzu Chi Launches Cash-for-Relief Program after Ecuador Floods

Tzu Chi Launches Cash-for-Relief Program after Ecuador Floods Tzu Chi volunteers in the south American country of Ecuador have launched a ‘Cas... Read more...

Tzu Chi Brings Red Bean Rice to Hurricane Survivors in Haiti

Tzu Chi Brings Red Bean Rice to Hurricane Survivors in Haiti Volunteers from the Tzu Chi Foundation have been bringing food and zinc sheets t... Read more...

Tzu Chi Assesses the Damages Caused by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti

Tzu Chi Assesses the Damages Caused by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti On 4th of October 2016, Hurricane Matthew caused nearly 900 deaths in the southe... Read more...

Tzu Chi Built Homes to Flood Victims in Honduras

Tzu Chi Built Homes to Flood Victims in Honduras The Tzu Chi Foundation gave 408 homes to flood victims in the central American s... Read more...

Tzu Chi Takes Cash-for-Relief Program to Third City in Ecuador

Tzu Chi Takes Cash-for-Relief Program to Third City in Ecuador Volunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation in Ecuador organized a five-day Cash-for-Re... Read more...

Ecuador Earthquake Recovery: Cash for Relief

Ecuador Earthquake Recovery: Cash for Relief In response to the 2016 Ecuador earthquake, Tzu Chi Foundation first began its a... Read more...

Tzu Chi Ships Needed Medical Supplies to Sierra Leone

Tzu Chi  Ships Needed Medical Supplies to Sierra Leone As a follow up to its commitment to boost the Sierra Leone healthcare system, th... Read more...

Forty Years to Redeem Mistake of Single Moment

Forty Years to Redeem Mistake of Single Moment "When I was 16, I did something in 0.1 seconds and now I am in prison for forty ... Read more...
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