Blog Posts from July 2018

Posted by Meredith Beck on July 27, 2018
Back in May, students across the United States spent hours studying for final exams.  At the same time, there was another group of hardworking students on the other side of the world who were also getting ready to take exams.  
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Posted by Ashley Reeves on July 23, 2018
Meriba Luka Abdallah is one of 100,000 South Sudanese who have taken refuge in the Rhino refugee camp in Uganda. The 61-year-old Christian widow lives in a grass-thatched hut with her nine children and grandchildren.
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Posted by Alisa Van Dyke on July 19, 2018
Meet our friend Agnes who lives in Zambia. She delivered her baby on the same morning our team distributed hand sewn women’s hygiene packs at the Namwianga hospital in Zambia. As we explained how and why to use the items in the drawstring sack, her face lit up! “Thank you, thank you...” she kept whispering. 
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Posted by Alisa Van Dyke on July 17, 2018
Jason Nanjaame shares a tragically common story with many Zambian children: his mother died while giving birth to him. As recently as 30 years ago, when this situation happened, the baby was buried alive with the mother. 
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Posted by Alisa Van Dyke on July 11, 2018
Sophy Atieno was a World Bible School convert of Jan Yates from Nashville, TN. Sophy relayed the need for food assistance in her community to Jan and an HHI workshop was planned for the area.
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