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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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Nepal Update: Farmland diversifies; 3 women rescued from traffickers

Nepal Update: Farmland diversifies; 3 women rescued from traffickers

Photo: Our faithful farmland staff cares for our goats and a variety of crops.

We are happy to report that we’ve planted 3 new crops at our farmland enterprise: onions, tomatoes, and green beans. We eagerly await a plentiful harvest of onions, tomatoes, and garlic next month, and we look forward to a harvest of green beans in July. Other forthcoming harvests will be eggplant in August, and potatoes and spinach in December. All of this is great provision from God as the produce from our farmland stocks our orphanage pantry with nutritious, organic ingredients for the children. It also supplies our human trafficking rehabilitation home with fresh ingredients for their meals. [ read full story ]

India campus installs second phase of solar project; electric bill reduced by 40%

India campus installs second phase of solar project; electric bill reduced by 40%

Photo: Girls from our India Girls Home send donors their love and gratitude for the new solar water heating system!

We are happy to report that a solar water heating system has been installed at our main India campus, and with the main solar panel system back online after recent construction, the campus can now function completely from solar power during the frequent outages. Winter is almost over in India, but there are still some chilly mornings ahead relative to their tolerance, so it is a blessing for the children to have warm water this month as opposed to the cold water they were bathing with during chilly mornings. [ read full story ]

Despite recent burglary, Myanmar program enjoys new diversification of farmland enterprise

Despite recent burglary, Myanmar program enjoys new diversification of farmland enterprise

Photo: The garden is flourishing with fresh vegetables such as carrots, celery, and mustard greens.

Unfortunately, our main campus orphan home in Myanmar was robbed this week in the middle of the night. The thief took our camera, a cell phone, a purse with cash, and our laptop computer. In total we lost about $3,000 worth of goods and cash. Asking our local director for comment on the news, he replied, “Although we are saddened to lose important items that we use in our work, we forgive the thief.God knows all and will set things right. We are praying and trusting that God will restore what was lost.” [ read full story ]


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