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A Charity Focused On Sustainable Living: Operation Blessing's Vision for a Better Tomorrow

Indigenous peoples are among the most vibrant and interesting people on our earth. Many of them have inhabited their native regions for hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of years.

They provide us with rich links to the culture, heritage, and history of their nations. And as God’s marvelous handiwork, created in His image, they hold incredible value and help us to better understand the full nature of our loving Heavenly Father.

Sadly, Indigenous peoples are among the poorest and most vulnerable groups in the world. Because many live in remote areas untouched by science, technology, and other modern advances, their lives can also include intense suffering that we might think of as a thing of the past.

cultural diversity of indigenous people groups

Struggles of Indigenous Peoples

Many struggle to find water, sometimes trekking long distances each day to tote home water that is full of disease and contamination. They might also lack proper bathroom facilities to allow for good hygiene and healthy habits.

Without advances in farming and agriculture, they often lack sufficient food and nutrients. To make matters worse, may don’t have access to (or money to cover) proper medical care. Even the smallest injury or illness can lead to death. And mothers often give birth at home without adequate attention.

At Operation Blessing, we care deeply about these amazing, but hurting, people groups. Much of our outreach around the globe benefits indigenous peoples.

From the colorful Maasai villagers in Kenya, to indigenous people in the jungles and mountains of Peru, to tribes throughout Asia, we provide these groups with clean water, opportunities in business and agriculture, and the medical care they desperately need. Along with that, we provide life-changing, and even life-saving, surgeries for desperate patients. In some cases, we can even offer nutrition programs, safe housing, and educational advancements.

We also embrace their unique cultures through programs that help them to turn their special skills with arts, crafts, cooking, sewing, weaving, etc… into profitable business ventures.

Operation Blessing Serves Indigenous People During Times of Disaster

Meanwhile, in times of natural disaster, these indigenous groups often suffer more severe consequences than those who live modern lifestyles. We’ve recently reached out to native Hawaiians following wildfires in Maui, tribal people in Africa during floods, and an indigenous group in dire need of aid after an earthquake in Taiwan.


Please join us in celebrating and supporting the indigenous peoples of the world, as we honor the many varied tribes, tongues, and nations that our God has put upon the earth.


helping indigenous people groups throughout the world

After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed in white robes, with palm branches in their hands. – Revelation 7:9


Are You Ready to Change the World?

Partner with Operation Blessing. We are a charity that has a track record of helping people in ways that are responsible and effective. When you join our family, you are helping people throughout the world in a way that can continue for generations.

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