What we do.

Formed in August, 2008, Jericho Alliance provides humanitarian aid and relief services to more than 1.5 million internally displaced ethnic people in Burma, Kurdistan, and Sudan.  They live in the mountains, deserts and jungles of their homeland.  They hide in inhospitable terrain without the basic necessities to live and survive the many hardships and diseases that attack them just as brutally as their tormenters and oppressors do.

For the most part, this happens under the silent observation of the free world, but we strive to change that …

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Updates from Our Partners.

American Girl Responds to ISIS Attacks

April 14th, 2016|0 Comments

Kurdistan, Northern Iraq11 April, 2016ISIS does evil things, yet it has attracted talented, brilliant, tough and motivated young people. But evil is not the only power that attracts. Love attracts people and I want to [...]

FBR Relief Mission to Sudan

March 11th, 2016|0 Comments

This is a video about FBR's first mission to provide help, hope, and love to the Nuba people in Sudan.

BURMA: An Update from David Eubank (Free Burma Rangers)

March 11th, 2016|0 Comments

The elections held in Burma are a good step; many people could vote, the National League for Democracy won and Aung San Suu Kyi is helping to form a new government. There is hope that [...]

FBR Report: Gas Attacks, Women Enslaved, Destruction Continues by ISIS, but Love Pushes Back

February 11th, 2016|0 Comments

Dear friends, Thank you for your love and support for us and the people we are with in Burma, Sudan and Kurdistan. With out God’s help we would be lost in what to do and [...]

May 2015 visit to the Lay Ton Koh Health Center

June 11th, 2015|0 Comments

May 2015 visit to the Lay Ton Koh Health Center with David (left in FBR shirt) and Geordie Tronsrue (to his right visiting from Beijing, China) and 2 other volunteers who hitched a ride back [...]

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