Hands at Work (Canada) Society celebrates our continued relationships with volunteers and children across Africa. With over 1400 children being cared for by local volunteers and each receiving food, education and basic health care, we have a lot to be grateful for this year! There are many amazing stories of transformation in children’s lives as well as local and international volunteers’ lives. It is truly amazing to see the work of God’s love stretching across continents.
As we look ahead to the New Year, we look with eager hearts. There is still a lot of work ahead of us and many children in need of care. Hands at Work in Africa continues to identify communities in urgent need as they seek out the poorest of the poor. We have already committed to partnering with three of these new communities in 2015.
Here is a list of communities that Hands at Work in Africa (Canada) Society is currently partnered with:
- Luhonga & Buhimba – Goma, DRC – 80 children
- Toyota – DRC – 200 children
- Kitabataba – DRC – 75 children
- Mulenga – Zambia – 175 children
- Kalende – Zambia – 75 children
- Maranatha – Zambia – 100 children
- Nissi – Zambia – 50 children
- Apatuku – Nigeria – 65 children
- Elekuru – Nigeria – 150 children
- Honde Valley – Zimbabwe – 150 children
- Sakubva – Zimbabwe – 100 children
- Mngwere – Malawi – 200 children
By December of 2015, Hands at Work in Africa (Canada) Society plans to be partnered with 3 more communities and supporting 500 more children.
- Chinkhu – Malawi – 100 children
- Katetaula – Zambia – 50 children
- Racecourse – Zambia – 150 children
Help us to reach this goal of supporting 500 new children and 3 new communities. We need your continued prayer and support.