A “Girls Club” in Ghana received funds for pigs. The pigs generated income for the girls in the club so that they could continue their education and not be married at an early age or forced into prostitution. The Girls Club also used funds from the sale of pigs to help other girls in their community.
Estridah is a teacher in a Child Development Centre (CDC) in Malawi. She loves children and spends mornings each week working at the CDC. This means that she has much less time to tend her fields to grow food. This is a worry for her. The gift of a goat much encouraged her. Now she is less concerned with feeding her own family because the goat provides her with milk and meat as well as some income.
CHICKENS, HENS & ROOSTERS
Sathiya received some young chickens. She is the mother of a young boy and girl who attend a Nazarene Child Development Centre in South Asia. She is a widow and has many challenges in getting enough food for herself and her family. The. Chickens grew quickly and began to produce eggs, an important source of protein, minerals, and nutrients. Sathiya sells the excess eggs in her village and uses the money to buy food.
Each gift will be used as designated except where any given need has been fully met or in the case when the specified project(s) cannot be reasonably carried out, then the donor agrees that the designated gift may be used where it is needed most.