Category: Blog

Khima Pun – Pigkeeper

  Frustrated Expectations Khima Pun, along with her husband, 3 daughters and 2 sons, migrated from the poor, remote, conflict affected district of Rukum to Dang in 2005, hoping for a better life. Her husband is a farmer who farms…

From the eye of the Ebola storm!

  It is very early morning here in Freetown. Everything is quiet now, but only a few hours ago the whole city was experiencing bright lightening with earth shaking thunder which sounded like canon fire exploding in the air. The…
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EBOLA- Encouraging News from Nigeria

With so much devastating news about the spread of the Ebola virus, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, but progress is being made! On 17th October, Nigeria was officially declared Ebola free after passing two incubation periods (21 days) with no new cases.

New Hope out of Shattered Dreams

  A story from Nepal “I used to think my life was over and I couldn’t do anything,’ said Maya (aged 32) from the plains of southern Nepal. Maya had been feeling a burning sensation in both legs for a long…

Ebola – a Terrorist!

  We have all heard of the growing outbreak of Ebola in Africa, and our team at Orphans & Widow Care, Liberia and Rev Themi of the Waterloo School and Amputee Clinic in Sierre Leone are eyeballing the monster.  At this…

Followers becoming Leaders

  Leading from Experience We are encouraged by reports from Kazakhstan that members of our Alcoholism Support Group who have been attending for some time are now taking turns in leading the groups themselves, under supervision, and our groups have…
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Combat Disease!

“The greatest disease in the West today is not TB or leprosy; it is being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for. We can cure physical diseases with medicine, but the only cure for loneliness, despair, and hopelessness is love. There are…