Category: Blog

Maxton Staff Accommodation Set-back

Advance and Encouragement Here at the Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission, we love what we do. Caring for a large family of once unwanted children is the kind of work that leaves your body empty and your heart full at the end…

Library Aid Targeting Fiji

  From Africa to Fiji After sending five 20-foot containers of books and educational materials to needy schools in developing countries in southern Africa over several years, Library Aid International Inc (LAI) now has almost 90% of a container of…

Elio Day Care Centre – Mongolia

            Our Vision Is to provide assistance for the children in Ulaangom city and give them an opportunity to learn and develop. Our Motto Reaching Children, Changing Lives Niishgee Niishgee is a 9 years old…

Highlights of Some HADA Projects

Jeannie Young, HADA’s project officer had gone to the trouble of summarising some of the most interesting developments in our Projects over recent days. Take a few minutes to catch up and enjoy what’s happening around the world.   Medical…

My Father’s House – All Areas Advancing

Rezoning Approval We have received the written rezoning approval for our land in Avian Park after 3 years working with the Council to get it through. Counselling Programme Four staff members are half-way through the Foundations for Counseling School. Many…

Nepal – HIV Care and Support

HIV in the Past Care and Support for people living with HIV have been going well. I conducted a brief review of this service this month when I returned to Pokhara. Several years ago, in conjunction with a local fellowship,…

Sierra Leone – After Ebola, Some Normality

Working Together In co-operation with the Government of Sierra Leone’s Social Welfare and Gender Services department, the Orthodox Mission of Sierra Leone in Partnership with PK4A Developments is building a series of Orphanages in Freetown and Waterloo to help save…

Cambodia – Bridge of Hope Rescues a Family

A Family in Need Piseth and his wife lived in Phnom Penh – the capital city of Cambodia – along with their three boys, all under the age of eleven. Though they lived in an urban centre, it is quite…

China Hope of Tomorrow – Letter from the Heart

The Blind and Real Emotions Afflictions Since Hope of Tomorrow (HOT) began in China, many people have died – which is quite normal. However in our small HOT community even more so: some suddenly. within a few days, and others…

Nepal – Hand-washing Stations

Washing Hands! How pleasing to report that after followup, the school handwashing station is being used well and appropriately. Both children and teachers are using the station. Children are able to demonstrate proper handwashing techniques and know when handwashing is…