ADRA: Love is The Way

ADRA: Love is The Way

ADRA Romania launches the video "Love is the Way" in the project "Hope for Immigrants".

January 04, 2018 | Bucharest, Romania. | ADRA Romania, EUD NEWS.

ADRA Romania launches the video "Love is the Way" in the project "Hope for Immigrants", through which it wants to inform and raise awareness of the phenomenon of migration at international level, on the one hand, and on the other hand, as a sign of solidarity with the over 65 million people who continue to be displaced globally, with 22.5 million refugees (according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees - UNHCR).

ADRA video "Love is the Way" express in images a love story, love for God and love for our peers, love that crosses the borders of countries, of ethnic, of nationality, of religious beliefs, of prejudices, of time, love that leaves personal comfort at the risk of life, in order to search and support for those who go through trouble because of war, love that heals physical and mental suffering, love that makes the difference between life and death, love that saves and rises hope, love changing a life, changing a world.

"Love is the Way" comes as a result of the experience of 9 humanitarian interventions of international solidarity with refugees made over the country by ADRA Romania from 2015 until now and of the two awards won by ADRA Romania in 2017 respectively: 1st Prize at the Civil Society Gala and 1st Prize at the GLOBUE 2017 International Solidarity Gala for contributing to increasing global solidarity and creating a better world.

The video was made possible with the participation of soloists Paula Seling, Luiza Spiridon and Gabriel Cotabiţă, composer George Natsis, instrumentalists Feras Sarmini, Noma Skheir and Artur Korosi, lyricist Alex Natsis, coordinator Claudiu Spiridon, cameramen Narcis Cozmiuc, Marta and Radu Drăghici, Adi Voicu and sponsored by SanoVita.

”When I think of solidarity and empathy, I am thinking of the dozens of volunteers who have put some of their time and resources to do something different to some of their peers. These volunteers have decided to place themselves in a wider context and have made efforts beyond the borders of the country by offering relief, support to those housed in refugee camps in Greece and Iraq. We thank all the volunteers and donors who chose to join ADRA Romania, making possible the realization of the video "Love is the Way". We need our help to build together a better future for those who have fled the war” said Mihai Braşov, volunteer ADRA Romania and project coordinator" Hope for Immigrants ".

By helping people who leave their country, fleeing persecution or armed conflicts, hoping to find peace and relief in a place other than their own country, ADRA Romania, through the project "Hope for Immigrants" recognizes humanity in this refugee crisis as well as the value of each person involved. By making human rights respected and acting with compassion, a clear message of power is transmitted during this complex and fragile situation. Through its specific activities, ADRA wants to minimize the impact of this overwhelming and unbearable situation for as many men, women and children.

Bucharest, 04 January 2018

ADRA Romania aims to improve the quality of life for those in need and invests in people's potential through community development initiatives focusing on five main directions: economic development, basic education and health, the fight against domestic violence, assisting the victims of natural disasters, and assisting underprivileged social categories, following the motto: "Changing the world, one life at a time!"

ADRA Romania is part of the ADRA International Network, one of the most widespread nongovernmental organizations in the world, active in more than 130 countries and following a philosophy that combines compassion with the practical spirit, addressing - to people in need, without making racial, ethnic, political or religious differences.

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