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Welcome back for another round of Photo Friday. This week our photos includes a couple completed needs from our partners in Uganda. Let’s jump right into it.
2 new sets of latrines have been constructed for the vocational students at Bringing Hope’s farm. We love to see progress in our partner’s work. We are so thankful to be a part of their work of changing lives!
That’s it for this week. Thanks for joining us again. Have a great weekend!
Yes, you read that correctly! We are currently accepting applications for our 2015 KTA Uganda Internship. Have you ever considered living abroad and working in a different culture all while making a difference in countless lives? If this is you, or someone you know, then we have a wonderful life changing opportunity we would like to share with you.
This position is for six months and will begin in January 2015 and run through June 2015. During this time you will live with and work daily with Bringing Hope to the Family, which is our partnering organization in Uganda. You will have the opportunity to invest yourself into this work and see community development firsthand. If you enjoy traveling, serving others, photography, social media, blogging and gaining invaluable life experience than this is the internship for you.
You still have one week left to submit your application for our 2015 KTA Uganda Internship. Applications must be submitted by September 30th, so download it HERE and send it back to us!
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As many of you might recall from older posts, we have been helping Action Ministry assist one of Blessed Camp’s residents named Rose. Rose is an ex-leprosy patient. Though her leprosy has been cured she still lives with the effects of leprosy. Back in January Rose fell and broke her hip and has been unable to walk since then.
Last month we were able to raise funds for a couple of wheelchairs for Action Ministry to use at Blessed Camp. With these Rose has gained some mobility, which she had been lacking, but is still unable to walk. After having x-rays and meeting with a volunteer surgeon, Rose is preparing for a hip surgery. Rose will need a walker, rehabilitation, medicine, and a possible blood transfusion in addition to her operation. The total cost to cover all of these items, as well as, the operation is $700. Would you consider joining with us as we strive to help Rose regain her ability to walk? Click HERE to see her need.
This month we began our annual Education Campaign on knowthinkact.com. Each year we try to help Action Ministry and Bringing Hope to the Family provide the opportunity to earn an education for as many children within their community as possible. This year we are trying to help raise tuition funding for over 80 children in Kenya and Uganda.
Children here in Africa are just the same as children anywhere else in the world. They have the same joy, excitement and dreams that other children have. If you ask a child here what they want to be when the grow up it would sound just like a child from the US. The only difference being that many children here aren’t sure if they will be able to attend school for a lack of funding. These student’s dreams are attached to fear and the reality of their circumstances.
By supporting Action Ministry and Bringing Hope to the Family we have the chance to help these children go to school for the entire 2015 school year and take a big step forward toward making their dreams a reality. This in turn speaks volumes to these children’s families. It shows them that these organizations care about them and their children. It also opens doors for sharing Christ with them. And, in addition, it moves each family one step closer to breaking the cycle of poverty off of their lives.
If you would like to be a part of this opportunity please follow the link HERE. Please feel free to share this with your friends and family as well.