01 December 2016
This month, Mission Without Borders' manager in Ukraine,
Mykola Bogdanets, will travel with church partners to deliver 2,000
Operation Christmas Love (OCL) parcels to the Ukrainian town of
Sloviansk. During the conflict the town was fiercely fought over.
Here is what Mykola has to say ahead of t...
20 October 2016
You may remember Roman, who lives in a Ukrainian institution
after being removed from his parents' care where he suffered hunger
and neglect. His home had no windows and he had never been allowed
outside to play with other children and enjoy a carefree childhood.
Thanks to your generosity, we we...
06 October 2016
In August 2003 Grada began working for Mission Without
Borders (MWB). During her first few years she assisted the
international team before moving on to coordinate MWB's supply of
relief materials, including essential items such as beds, household
appliances, shoes, clothing and medical supplies...
01 October 2016
Your support mean we were able to provide 5,000 children
with essential school supplies, helping them access the education
they need to build a poverty free future. Thank you...
23 September 2016
The Autumn edition of MWB Voice is out now! In this
edition we explore our work restoring dignity to people and
communities in Eastern Europe...
08 September 2016
Landmines are continuing to cause devastation in
Bosnia-Herzegovina despite the conflict ending more than sixteen
years ago. According to the Bosnia-Herzegovina Mine Action Centre,
mines and unexploded bombs have killed or injured more than 8,293
people in Bosnia-Herzegovina since 1992...
22 August 2016
We're seeking an exceptional communicator and highly organised
individual to join our team. If you love juggling lots of tasks and
dealing with people on a daily basis, this could be the role for
08 August 2016
MWB has launched a campaign to give children in poverty
a backpack that will get them back to school...
17 June 2016
The Summer edition of MWB Voice is out
now! In this edition we explore why the family is central to our
work and how supporting families helps keep children
16 June 2016
Miona Boskovic is Mission Without Borders' Programme
Manager in Bosnia-Herzegovina. When she was 16 years old, her
family lived on the west side of Mostar. On May
9th 1993, the siege of the city
began. It was one of many battles during the bloodiest war Europe
has seen since World War Two...
09 June 2016
"We were running from house to house, through fields and
forests, until there was nowhere left to run. Then the soldiers
picked us up, put us in buses and took us to the concentration
Today, Slika lives in the isolated town of Glamoc, in
north-west Bosnia-Herzegovina. Before the blood...
19 May 2016
This week the Vice President of the Federation of Bosnia
and Herzegovina, Milan Dunovic, visited MWB's soup kitchen in
Glamoc. The soup kitchen provides regular meals, company and
comfort to around 90 older people in the community...
21 April 2016
On the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl tragedy,
Mission Without Borders is appealing for sponsors to support
families living in poverty in Ukraine...
16 March 2016
"When I was 16 in 1985 I heard the word 'Christ' for the
first time," Sarkis Ovanesyan, Mission Without Borders Field
Manager in Bulgaria says. "Before then it was forbidden, as under
communism, religion and Christ were taboo in Bulgaria. I was given
a copy of the Gospel of John and I read it al...
03 March 2016
This month the Sarny Soup Kitchen, part of MWB's
community centre in Sarny, Ukraine, is celebrating its 10th
anniversary. Since 2006, nearly 2,000 isolated older people and
individuals with disabilities have received support from our
'ministry on wheels...
25 February 2016
The Spring edition of MWB Voice is out now! In this
edition we go back to our roots as an organisation who smuggled
Bibles across the iron curtain and reflect on how this has
influenced our work today. ...
13 January 2016
We're pleased to release our review of 2015, containing our key
achievements and highlights of the year...
14 December 2015
On the 14th December 1995, presidents Izetbegovic, Tudjman, and
Milosevic, of Bosnia, Croatia and then-Yugoslavia, respectively,
signed the Dayton Agreement in a small town in the US state of
Ohio. The agreement marked the end of Europe's bloodiest conflict
since World War Two.
Two decades ago...
10 December 2015
This week, thousands of Albanians took to the streets of
Tirana in protest against the government...
03 December 2015
Katyusha and Villy have been our beneficiaries for three years.
They have been sleeping rough for 5 years. Villy has been with
cerebral palsy since her birth. Katyusha and her husband took a
loan for Villy's medical treatment and rehabilitation. Katyusha's
husband died unexpectedly and the situa...