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Empowering Mercy

Through the development of small business enterprise, Peace Gospel International is empowering sustainable, native-led, mercy-based programs in Asia & Africa: caring for orphans, child trafficking victims, at-risk women and destitute children of the slums. Our work began in India 20 years ago. Today we’re working in several of the world’s poorest nations in Asia and Africa. Read more about us, meet the children, or read our latest news.

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Myanmar: Children thankful for new dining room, kitchen improvements

Myanmar: Children thankful for new dining room, kitchen improvements

Photo: Children pause to give thanks for the provision they never take for granted.

Thanks to support from our generous donors, along with profits from our farmland enterprise, our native team recently added a dining room extension onto one of our four orphan homes in Myanmar. The new dining space allows the children to have more room and eat at proper tables. This is a blessing to the children as they used to spread out on the floor of the home and eat wherever they could find space. Other improvements were also made to the kitchen: a new fan to keep our faithful cooks cool, a new wok, new pots and pans, and an additional stove. [ read full story ]

New Uganda orphan home construction complete: move-in soon, improvements planned

New Uganda orphan home construction complete: move-in soon, improvements planned

Photo: Children on our main campus were happy to celebrate the completion of construction on the orphan home.

We’re happy to announce that the Uganda orphan home construction project is now complete. The project was funded at the turn of the year, official ground-breaking occurred in January, and the basic structure and roof were in place by April. We ran into some unforeseen delays with the plumbing as well as budget issues due to prices rising since we received the original quotes in mid-2013. Once more funds were raised, construction resumed and we are now very close to moving in. [ read full story ]

Philippines small-scale fishery expands to a second pond; first harvest next week

Philippines small-scale fishery expands to a second pond; first harvest next week

Photo: Some of our students seen here enjoying the tranquility of our on-campus vegetable gardens, banana grove, and fishery pond.

We are happy to report that construction is underway to build a fingerling pond at our fishery on the island of Cebu. This additional, smaller pond will enable our native team to raise the young fish separate from the more mature fish, and feed the young fish the proper food for their health and development. The fingerling pond will be 10 x 40 feet long and 3 feet deep, which will make the harvest of the fingerlings easier for our team to manage — the bigger pond is 6 feet deep. [ read full story ]


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