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Your faithfulness continues to bless in a miriad of ways!  You are bringing help to those differently abled, and practical help to so many!

It's so important to teach practical skills to children when they are young so that they can grow up knowledgeable about how to self-sustain themselves! At our Uganda Lwengo Hope Center, we recently held a cooking class for the children in which we taught them how to make two snacks commonly eaten in Uganda - Bagiya and Samosas. The children loved the process and thoroughly enjoyed the finished product!
DISABILITY DOES NOT MEAN INABILITY BUT DIFFFERENTLY ABLE

Our differently abled beneficiary, Kofi John amazed everyone when he competed as a representative for his school in Ghana (Akropong School for the Blind) in their spelling, reading and writing competition. They qualified and will compete for the next level in the coming academic year. He demonstrated this unique ability differently.

Kofi uses three things to make meaningful ‘dots’.  A stylus works as a pen/pencil, the frame serves as a guide and a sheet of paper makes the ‘dots’ readable. We celebrate you, Kofi John, as we wish you all the best in your upcoming contest. 
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Farming is an important skill to know in Uganda where many families grow their own food to eat and sell. ECM teaches a method of farming called Farming God's Way in which we train our families how to farm in a way that promotes an abundant harvest.

At ECM we help people learn how to cultivate their land while also praying for God to help us cultivate their hearts as we share the Gospel with them
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We can't thank you enough for all your partnership is doing!  May God continue to be glorified!
Mark Luckey
Executive Director
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