Empowering Moms With Charcoal Dust and Dirt

One of the ways that the Child Survival Program empowers mothers is by offering literacy and economic training to help them better provide for their families. Jackline is a mom at the Kawangware Child Survival Program which is part of the Kawangare […]

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People Living With HIV or AIDS

Sitting in the humid air inside a tent, listening to the palm leaves sway and the support poles creak, and with her hand clasped on her cheek, Zainabu can still hear the words ringing in her head: “You have been tested positive for human immunodeficiency […]

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Crowned With Abundancy

The Leadership Development Program (LDP), which began in 1996, recently achieved a significant milestone, its 1,000th graduate. Joanita Nannyunja completed a bachelor of science degree in agriculture at Makerere University in Kampala. Makerere University […]

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Chasing Off the Leopard of Hunger in Uganda

In July 2009, a cry for help went up in parts of northern and eastern Uganda as many people succumbed to the severe and persistent drought that swept across half of the nation. Soroti district was one of the localities that was hardest hit. However, […]

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Risks Remain Large for Kenyan Children

While the East African nation of Kenya does not grab as many headlines as its less stable neighbors to the west, disease, malnourishment and violence are leaving a mark on this generation of Kenyan children. About 500,000 Kenyan children are missing […]

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Letter Writing Ideas From the Moody Bible Institute Scholars

Four Leadership Development Program graduates now attending Moody Bible Institute share some tips on what you should include in the letters you write to your sponsored children.

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Life After Graduation for the Moody Bible Institute Scholars

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Living in Two Worlds

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Child Sponsorship Is Not in Vain

My name is Peninah Esianoi Pashile. I was a sponsored child at Imaroro Child Develoment Center in Kenya. I would like to share my story with you and hope that it will be an inspiration and encouragement.

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What’s It Like Growing Up in Poverty?

Another clip from our video interview with the Moody Bible Institute scholars. After watching it, will you sponsor a Leadership Development Program student? You can do so by yourself, but you can also do it as a group, with family, friends, co-workers, […]

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Who’s in Charge?

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Bringing Joy: My Best Day in Ministry

Kenneth Kataryeba, a learning and support specialist for East Africa, shares the story of a girl in a wheelchair whom he just met, and how bringing joy to children and helping lift them from the misery of poverty is how he really gets paid.

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