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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 22 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 team ready for rainy season; back-to-school preparations underway for 125 students

Myanmar team ready for rainy season; back-to-school preparations underway for 125 students

Photo: Our children are happy to have new umbrellas which will keep them dry on their way to school.

We’re happy to report that our flood-proofing project for our main orphan home campus in Myanmar is now complete. This project included bringing in several tons of dirt to raise the entire level of the property along with a new brick perimeter wall to keep area rain-flow from pooling into our space. In addition to the flood-proofing project, we were able to make several repairs and improvements on the main buildings to help guard against the upcoming heavy rains of the monsoon season. This year, we are ready for the rain! [ read full story ]

Uganda: Children enjoying new orphan home; further improvements, security planned

Uganda: Children enjoying new orphan home; further improvements, security planned

Photo: Girls at our Uganda campus are happy about the addition of the newly constructed orphan home.

We are happy to report that our children in Uganda moved into their new orphan home in March 2015. They are very thankful — it is a completely new home built from the ground up. The previous rented facility was nothing more than a skeleton of a shelter with an outdoor kitchen and outhouse — it was very small, with no power or plumbing. The new home has 10 rooms: 4 bedrooms, 1 living room, 1 dining room, an indoor kitchen, a study room, and 2 bathrooms. Currently, five orphans are living in the new home with our director and his wife — they have adopted the children as their own in addition to their three biological children. [ read full story ]

India team wraps up exciting school year in education programs; many improvements enjoyed

India team wraps up exciting school year in education programs; many improvements enjoyed

Photo: Our girls are very happy to have the chance at an education, a luxury they did not have access to before arriving at their new home.

We are happy to report that all of our students from our orphan homes and slum outreach education center passed their exams, which means they will move up to the next grade level when school resumes in late June. We hope to expand our education programs to be a full K-12 equivalent school on our main campus — our goal this year is to add 10th grade course work to our students’ curriculum. In order to do this, we need to construct 9 new rooms, add some extra playground space, and acquire a school bus per government requirements. [ read full story ]


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