Tag Archives: humanitarian aid

First Day in El Salvador: Apopa, CEFOR and Soyapanago

By Andrew J. Tonn Media Director SAN SALVADOR–The day broke clear and hot and despite the best preparation, the morning’s travels began late as is often the case in Central America. Eventually all hands were arrived and were accounted for and we set out into El Salvador in a big and shiny bus labeled “Tourismo”. […]

Dr. Ákos Kiss and Sharing America’s Resources Abroad

Translated from the original Hungarian by Rev. Csaba Orosz, SARA Director for Romania BUDAPEST — The relationship of Dr. Ákos Kiss with SARA goes back to the year 2004. In that year, in the children’s surgery unit in Miskolc–the largest in Hungary–a young man from Beregszász presented himself suffering from a grave case of funnel-shaped […]

Field Notes From Jean and a Plea for the Orphanage

By S. Jean Szilagyi, SARA Co-founder and Secretary TRANSCARPATHIA, UKRAINE — Stephen recently met with the former commander of the Hungarian Customs Service. He, his wife and his son (who is an English teacher) are anxious to help smooth the crossing to Ukraine for SARA personnel and humanitarian equipment and supplies. Yesterday, we crossed the […]