Despite their hardships, these Rohingya children found something to smile about. (Photo by Mathias Eick, EU ECHO, Rakhine State, Myanmar/Burma, via Flickr). 

To all of our supporters and friends:

As we begin the work of 2018, we want to first take a moment to thank you for all your amazing contributions in 2017. 

You spoke up for people fleeing genocide and mass atrocities. You helped restore the dignity of Rohingya refugees with medical and sanitary care kits. You helped bring much needed fresh water to South Sudanese refugees in Uganda. You sent lifesaving emergency supplies to doctors in Syrian hospitals, essential for them to heal the sick and injured. You educated Congolese women and children, survivors of a culture of rape. You brought gardens to the Darfuri refugees. 

You also signed petitions and wrote letters and emails to your elected representatives, all asking our government to make genocide prevention a priority. And you dug deep into your pockets to make generous donations throughout the year.

Thank you for all of this.

You mean the world to us — you make Jewish World Watch possible. We want you to know how much we appreciate all that you do. We also want you to know that we enjoy hearing from you!  Don’t hesitate to contact us for any reason — you can reach us anytime at info@jww.org.

As we move into 2018, we will continue to fight together against genocide and mass atrocities. We are honored to have you at our side.

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