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Disaster Preparedness and Response

Responding Three days of heavy rains produced a massive mudslide on 14 August 2017 in and around Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa. More than 1,000 people have died from flooding and mudslides that hit Sierra Leone’s capital. Some 2,000...

HIV/AIDS Prevention Initiative

Following the first HIV diagnosis in 1981, Lott Carey’s then chief executive officer, Dr. Wendell Clay Somerville, expressed the organization’s commitment to people who suffered from the pandemic and our determination to invest in care and support, especially in...

Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative

We work to build awareness, generate action, and encourage advocacy to end the scourge of human trafficking – modern-day slavery.  Below are resources you can use to advance this work of ending slavery today. Lott Carey Anti-Human Trafficking Toolkit:...

The Tamar Campaign

The Tamar Campaign to End Gender-Based Violence Initiative We work hard to end gender-based violence. The Tamar Campaign, a project developed by The Fellowship of Christian Councils and Churches in the Great Lakes and The Horn of Africa (FECCLAHA), seeks...