The Amokoko Care Point is for the youth who have graduated from the Eagles Wings Community School in Nigeria, and are now attending secondary school, and for other youth in the community who have never attended school.
Busie Siyata-Jones, African Volunteer (South Africa) shares:
“Looking at the children, it’s easy to distinguish who attends school and who doesn’t. Our fear was that the children who don’t attend school would feel out of place but that isn’t the case. Instead, those children are arriving at the Care Point early and helping to take responsibility. We long for our children to be healed, whole, feel loved, have a sense of belonging and grow in their character and understanding of Jesus. Amokoko is an answer to prayer."
Please pray for the youth attending the Care Point to be unified, whether they attend school or not. Pray that they will come to know the unconditional love of their Heavenly Father and for the Amokoko Care Point to be a place of love and safety.
At the beginning of October 50 of the most vulnerable adolescents in the community of Amakoko, #Nigeria, began receiving a hot and nutritious meal, access to education and basic health care from the hands of loving volunteer Care Workers.
Please pray for the Amakoko Care Point to be a place of safety and love, where the most vulnerable children can come knowing that they are deeply loved and cared for, not only by their Care Workers but by their Heavenly Father!