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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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Funds raised for new rural primary school in Uganda; construction almost complete

Funds raised for new rural primary school in Uganda; construction almost complete

Photo: Children at our elementary school are excited about the new building under construction!

We are happy to report that our new primary school in rural Uganda is now fully funded thanks to our generous donors, as well as profits from the farmland. Construction of the new building is almost complete, which is creating a lot of excitement amongst the 200 children enrolled in the school this year. The old building has dirt floors, wooden siding, and a shoddy roof, and floods easily. The new building is a great improvement with an elevated foundation to prevent flooding, and a sturdy roof that will shelter the children even in the heaviest of rain storms. The funds have also provided benches and permanent chalkboards. [ read full story ]

Myanmar: Rice farm profits continue to enable orphans’ education in new school year

Myanmar: Rice farm profits continue to enable orphans’ education in new school year

Photo: Girls at one of our orphan homes are excited to start the school year with new uniforms, purchased with profits from our native-led rice farm and piggery projects.

We are happy to report that around 100 children from our orphan homes in Myanmar went back to school this month, which is an increase in enrollment from last year. They were happy to receive backpacks, new uniforms, writing books and pens, shoes, and umbrellas — much-needed items for school that they would not have otherwise, as they come from backgrounds that would never have afforded them such opportunities. Their education is made possible by profits from our 12-acre farmland and piggery project along with donations made by our orphan sponsors. [ read full story ]

Philippines: Thanks to farmland profits, 400 impoverished children enrolled in school

Philippines: Thanks to farmland profits, 400 impoverished children enrolled in school

Photo: Girls in our orphan care program are happy to show you a harvest of eggs yielded from our farmland enterprise!

Thanks in part to profits from our farmland project, 400 impoverished children received backpacks and school supplies, enabling them to enroll for the start of the Filipino school year, which began this month. These school supplies are items their families could not afford — supplies they must have in order to attend local schools. The children and their parents were overcome with joy. [ read full story ]


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