Resources for Asia This project is one in which sharing specific details is not permitted, as this becomes a hazard to the safety of our partners on the ground in Asia. This by no means lessens the significance of your support. 1. What was the.
Eleeo Well What was the need? Eleeo Project has a plot of land that provides agricultural and discipleship training to small-scale subsistence farmers. In order to fully develop this property, EP needed access to dependable water. There is an existing community well but it was non-functional. EP.
House for Mwenda’s 1. What was the need? Funds were needed to begin building a house for Pastor Hyrence Mwenda and his family to live in. 2. Why were funds needed immediately? The agricultural training program that Eleeo offers has been transferred to a new.
Fencing 1. What was the need? A fence was needed to surround and protect the demonstration plots where maize crops were being produced. This is the land upon which agricultural training and education for the community takes place. The program, based on Foundations for Farming,.
Eleeo Guest House 1. What was the need? Eleeo needed a 40-foot shipping container that was filled to the brim with supplies, shipped from the United States to their location in southern Zambia. They also needed a guest house for visitors. 2. Why was funding.
Motorcycles 1. What was the need? The terrain of southern Zambia is rough and jagged. The Roberts and the Whitfields of Eleeo were in need of two motorcycles that could easily travel the land. 2. Why was funding needed immediately? Originally, a large van was.
Property Title 1. What was the need? A large piece of property needed to be purchased for Vumilia Village. This land will eventually be the location of the new community center. 2. Why was funding needed immediately? Many people in this village run their businesses.
Water Project In June 2013 we visited Naomi’s Village in Kenya to see the impact of your giving. We are thrilled to report that the water project is complete! 1. What was the need? Originally, the only water source for Naomi’s Village came from a.
Christmas in Peru 1. What was the need? In Peru, 31% of the population is considered poor with most people in rural cities living in extreme poverty. This leaves many of the people impoverished with few resources and limited support. Empower Dreams conducted four outreaches.
1. What was the need? Vumilia Village is a community of Internally Displaced People from the 2007 Kenyan post-election violence. They are in a temporary camp and need help to rebuild their community. We needed funds to conduct a survey that would allow us to.
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