Monthly Archives: September 2016

  • Micro Enterprise Training for Women

    September 29, 2016 | National Churches Fellowship of Nepal

    We held a training for 24 women as part of our micro-enterprise training project. “T”, one of the participants, helped her friend who has a tailoring business. Tailoring is a seasonal business in her area. She advised her friend to add some other products in her shop like ready-made clothes and handicrafts. Her friend took … Read more

  • Refugees

    September 29, 2016 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    Help from Partners International allows us to minister in five refugee camps where we run grammar school for the children. Church planters keep visiting the camps to follow up with beneficiary children, listening, praying with them and helping them to overcome their traumas. The change we notice and the testimonies from beneficiaries are that the … Read more

  • Women’s Ministry

    September 29, 2016 | RHC, Nepal

    The women’s ministry was very effective. We had 400 women participate. Women were taught about spiritual, physical and social lifestyle. The training helped the women to keep themselves fit spiritually, physically and socially. We have seen changes in how the women keep themselves clean and work harder to eat a healthier diet.

  • Holistic Development Training

    September 28, 2016 | Joshua Vision India

    Our vision for the next six months is to have two or three groups of women, with 15 women in each group, to be equipped as Holistic Development Workers. They will be trained to develop their communities and also learn how to present the message. Hema* is from O state. She told us about the … Read more

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    Training

    September 24, 2016 | Northern Sumatra Mission, Indonesia

    The last six months NSM has held training in four churches for two groups of university students, a group of professional workers and a group of church planters from other organizations. NSM also trained seminary student to do outreach. Hopefully they will do outreach when they finish their study in seminary. Beside training people in … Read more

  • GHCO Dama Nkwanta school 2013 2

    Dama-Nkwanta School Update

    September 24, 2016 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    The school currently has 10 teachers and a pupil population of 232 comprising 127 females and 105 males. It is encouraging to see that more girls are getting enrolled in the school in a culture which discriminates against the female gender and forces girls into early marriages. This bodes well for the transformation of families … Read more

  • Sponsor a Child: R

    September 24, 2016 | Cahaya Suku

    R is a high school student. Her father was a scavenger who collects garbage that can be sold such as paper, cans, iron and plastic. This job didn’t make much daily income. It made R worried about her school fee. She was ashamed because her friends made fun of her father’s job. This situation made … Read more

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    Youth Camp

    September 23, 2016 | Alatoo Community Development

    At our youth camp, 60 children (orphans and from poor families) from three villages participated. Volunteers from each villages helped put it on. We held entertainment programs, such as a talent show, film watching, sports games, gifts and a training on “Healthy Relationships.” We try to have interesting meetings in the evening with the children. … Read more

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    Retreat

    September 23, 2016 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    The seminar meant for the believers in some of the fields that MKM works in happened between the 7th and 8th of July 2016. It brought together 16 believers from several communities. In attendance were also four missionaries, five facilitators and two trainee missionaries. The believers had a good time leading the missionaries and the … Read more

  • Medical Health Project

    September 23, 2016 | ISM, West Africa

    Barthimee’s neurosurgeon has been supported the last six months through Partners International funding. Two other technicians have opened radiology and ophthalmology departments, with the same channel of support. The X-ray machine is currently leased from a private provider. Profits are shared with him. Buying a new machine is budgeted, but the partners have not yet … Read more