Sancha is originally from the war-torn country of Bhutan. She came to the USA with her husband from a refugee camp in Nepal. A refugee in a foreign country, Sancha faces seemingly un-endingly barriers of language and culture. In 2014, Mercy House Global began providing work for refugees in Houston and came to develop a strong bond with Sancha. Mercy House Global is humbled and honored to be able to provide Sancha with work that helps provide for her and her family as their unimaginable transition continues.
Caring for Korah
Korah is an enormous trash dump located in Addis Abba, Ethiopia. Though it is consumed with poverty, beauty rises from the ashes as talented artisans weave and sew beautiful, custom home products for Mercy House Global and The Grace Crafted Home. When you purchase from Caring for Korah, you are providing the means for these artisans to provide food, shelter and education for their children.
Miujiza means “miracle” in Swahili. To the women that handloom these rugs, that is what this opportunity is. Your purchase provides dignified work for a previously un-employed grandmother of a baby who lives at Rehema House, which is the Mercy Maternity Home in Kenya. This enables them to help support their family and keep them in safe quarters.