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One year after Hurricane Harvey inundated South Texas, the recovery process seems almost as random as the storm itself. How are people doing? It depends. People with few resources are struggling, as if the storm had just hit. And for many, a nagging depression lingers. They know that full recovery is a long way away.
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season emerged as the most damaging in recent history. Thanks to our compassionate community, Episcopal Relief & Development continues to work with church partners in the US and Caribbean on long-term recovery programs in the most vulnerable communities affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
Olive Liechty-DePonte is a long-time Episcopal Relief & Development supporter from California. Recently, Major Gifts Officer Richard Hoff had a chance to catch up with this amazing Episcopalian regarding her lifelong support of the organization.
With assistance from Episcopal Relief & Development and local partners, small-crop farmers in Myanmar are finding ways of keeping to their tradition of growing rice, while increasing their overall production and economic stability.
Post General Convention, The Rev. Rachel Carnegie reflects on a conversation she had about empowerment and shares her hopes for women and girls around the world.