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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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India Update: Hope Center wraps up 5th school year; new rice farm acquired

India Update: Hope Center wraps up 5th school year; new rice farm acquired

Photo: Girls rescued from child labor are so grateful and happy to get to go to school and receive after-school care.

We are happy to report that our Children’s Hope Center in Hyderabad, India, is nearing the end of its 5th school year since we began operation in 2010. 48 children rescued from child labor were enrolled in school this year — they studied their native Telugu and Hindi languages, English, math, science, social studies, and computer education. We received new desks and computers at our Hope Center, offering the children more resources as they pursue their education. They are taking their final exams right now, and all are on track to be promoted to the next class level next year. The children really enjoyed the school year, and are looking forward to spending time with their families this summer. [ read full story ]

Philippines: New coconut grove, fishery improvements to aid children’s outreach

Philippines: New coconut grove, fishery improvements to aid children's outreach

Photo: Students from our girls home are happy to pose in a celebratory coconut harvest photo before heading to school.

Our new coconut grove has matured, now with 145 trees yielding coconut harvests 3 times annually — we reap a harvest of 1,400 coconuts per year. The younger coconuts are used in the children’s diets — after the nuts are opened, the soft sweet meat is delicious to eat, and the juice is refreshing. Coconut milk, made from the meat of coconuts, is full of every good thing the body needs to survive including vitamins C and E, many B vitamins, and magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, and iron. The children often enjoy buko — the local name for the young coconut meat — in salads prepared by our native staff. [ read full story ]

Recent Uganda farmland expansion allows 25,000 meals served monthly

Recent Uganda farmland expansion allows 25,000 meals served monthly

Photo: One of our farmland staff tends to turkeys which are providing nutritious protein in our children’s diets and generating funds for our programs.

Our Uganda farmland enterprise has recently expanded to include a turkey house project which currently consists of 8 turkeys in 2 turkey houses. We are breeding the turkeys and expect them to multiply quickly. We are also raising a new breed of pigs called Landrace pigs. Their sows produce large litters of piglets with very good average daily gain and high lean meat content ideal for pork production which adds protein to the children’s diets. [ read full story ]


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