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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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Kathmandu slum education outreach sees first high school graduate, enrolls more children

Kathmandu slum education outreach sees first high school graduate, enrolls more children

Photo: Susma (18) is a happy graduate thanks to a scholarship provided by our farmland profits and donations to the program.

We are happy to report that 5 more children were enrolled in our Children’s Hope Center education outreach program in the slums of Kathmandu, Nepal over the summer. That makes a total of 25 children who have been provided with nutritional support, backpacks, school uniforms, school supplies and scholarships which have enabled them to attend local schools in the city. A further 20 slum children receive nutritional support from us. [ read full story ]

Uganda farmland diversifies crops to offer broader nutritional benefit for orphans, students

Uganda farmland diversifies crops to offer broader nutritional benefit for orphans, students

Photo: Workers employed by our 6-acre farmland are happy for an abundant harvest of leafy greens.

We are thankful to share the good news that our native-led team has been hard at work on our organic farmland to diversify the types of crops we grow. In addition to our original crop of potatoes, we now also grow beans, corn, kale, and eggplant. This abundance ensures our farm staff’s employment, and helps to put a fresh-cooked nutritious lunch on our students’ plates every school day. In addition, safe drinking water from our well prevents numerous illnesses. [ read full story ]

Philippines fishery and hen house improvements to yield more nutrition, funding for children’s outreach

Philippines fishery and hen house improvements to yield more nutrition, funding for children's outreach

Photo: Girls in our orphan care program are happy to have farm-fresh eggs produced on campus!

We are happy to report that improvements have been made to our hen house and fishery projects on the island of Cebu which have increased production levels. The old hen house was made of wood which rotted easily and was prone to destruction by moths. The new hen house is made of steel, round bars, and G.I. pipe — a very strong structure which can withstand collapse when there is a typhoon. Our new hen house holds 185 chickens — currently yielding 150 eggs per day which are sold for profit and also are used in the orphans’ diets. [ read full story ]


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