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Jeff Palmer

Executive Director

Baptist Global Response

HQ Phone:  (615) 367-3678

Email: j***@***.org

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Baptist Global Response

402 BNA Drive Suite 411

Nashville, Tennessee,37217

United States

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Baptist Global Response - About Us

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Kingdom Communities by Jeff Palmer, CEO
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According to Jeff Palmer, executive director of Baptist Global Response, Southern Baptists must be “ready for the long haul.
"We maximize our impact by good assessment, good local partnerships and by bringing a spiritual component and biblical worldview into the response," Palmer noted. Although the aftershocks do hinder the speed of response, Southern Baptists are moving forward to establish a relief strategy. According to Palmer, with a plan in place, volunteers may be able to enter Haiti as early as Jan. 25 to begin clean-up, distribution of supplies, temporary and permanent reconstruction, medical care and counseling.


December News from around the World | Lausanne World Pulse Archives

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According to Jeff Palmer of Baptist Global Response, "The good news is that rains have started in a number of those areas.


Growing IDP Crisis in Mali | Strategic World Impact | Missions | DART Training

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Jeff Palmer, executive director of Baptist Global Response, explains, "You have warring factions from the north, rebels that are coming in - fighting the government, catching civilians, and people and folks who are really trying to take care of their families, and they're being caught in the crossfire."
Palmer adds, "Unfortunately, in this area, it's hard to get to really affected areas, so most of our team members right now were all the way back down to the capital area. It's a frustrating situation to be in, says Palmer. "Inside the country now, we're really more restricted to those safer areas. It is sad. It's hard, knowing that there are people who are suffering. Our partners that are doing the response really want to be up in the harder -hit areas, but we have to make the decision for the safety of our personnel." Rather than focus on what they can't do, though, Palmer says their partners are keeping busy doing what they can. Palmer says those they helped really didn't care much who they were, but they cared that they were people who cared about them.


The Montana Baptist E-News | MTSBC

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While parts of sub-Saharan Africa have suffered cyclic droughts and hunger every five to seven years, the current drought is one of the worst in decades, Baptist Global Response CEO Jeffrey Palmer told Baptist Press.
"Part of the issue has to do with more intense El Nino effects and the other has to do with increasing populations and more concentrated population centers," Palmer said. BGR has helped drought victims by establishing several aid projects in Lesotho and in Madagascar, off Africa's east coast. BGR, through its Global Hunger Relief (GHR) program, has provided aid in cooperation with partners already there and with teams of Southern Baptist volunteers from the U.S. "I am so thankful to Southern Baptists and our convention for having the foresight to have a program such as Global Hunger Relief (GHR)," Palmer said.


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