Children in need

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fighting against malnourishment

Reddish colored hair indicates not getting enough nourishment.   

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other signs

Another sign of being malnourished is swollen body parts such as the face.

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Swollen tummy's are also a sign of malnourishment.   This child was 3 years old and couldn't walk or stand, her hair was falling out and she was too weak to cry.

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Begging for food

It is very common to see children begging on the streets

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One meal a day

Many children only receive one meal a day and that is at the school feeding program.  We often hold Saturday Bible classes for the children so they get fed.

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Mud cookies

Some children eat dirt or even cookies made from mud just to fill their tummys.   

Feeding Program

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containers full of food

We are shipping food to be able to feed children and families

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Peanut butter program

Good for you and tastes good too!  Think about having a peanut butter drive.  Collect peanut butter for our kids.

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big smiles

seeing the happy smiles on children that are being fed regularly.  

Providing water

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community well

a community well sits on the school property for the school children to have clean water to drink and also provides water for the neighbors

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Raising funds for a purification system

This young man raised money through a school project to provide this purification system at one village.

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transporting clean water

Children are taught at a young age to help carry precious water home for the family.