Esther recently received life-saving emergency abdominal surgery in Iraq

WAR AND POVERTY strip millions of parents worldwide of the ability to help their own suffering children with life-saving surgeries. Children don’t know why they hurt, and without the surgeries and medical care they need, they continue in pain or even worse, the are handicapped or they don’t survive.

Right, in February 2021, Esther (not her real name) was in dire pain. She needed emergency abdominal surgery which her parents could not afford. They are war refugees and her father, a stroke victim, is bed ridden. She and her sister have been part of IMI’s Child Sponsorship Program in Iraq for a few years.

We were able to respond to this need and today she is pain free and back in school. Without this surgery, Esther’s life was in danger.

Donations help IMI staff respond to hurting children and their needs – from repairing broken limbs, internal injuries, hernias and cleft lips to cancer and heart surgeries and more.

One of the girls in our program in Iraq needs a new glass eye due to cancer. We want to step in and help her; will you help us do that?

We love the children in our Child Sponsorship Program in the Middle East! We want to help the hurting children find comfort and healing they need and deserve!

We are excited to open up this brand new fund in 2021 that will help change kids’ lives in the Middle East who have medical needs with hope.

Your generous gifts enable us to provide the right diagnostic tests to be sure these children get exactly the care their little bodies need.

We want these kids to be kids again! They need to run and play, not sit and cry in pain and fear. Thank you for caring and responding in love.

Your compassion and care enable us to step in as the hands and feet of Jesus with you to minister Jesus’ love to this precious child and family.

‘Lord…When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’ The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’  Matthew 25:39 & 40