Provision of Hope had a very prosperous 2016. Our hearts are so grateful to God and to all our donors for partnering with us to help others in need.
Here are a few of our Highlights!
and well built Ma Esther’s House is finished
. One for the Civil Compound School. The other one for Civil Compound Community.What a blessing! Life Water dug 2 bore hole wells for us
The Civil Compound Children are so happy for pure water!! Life Water keep up the good work!
We were able to fund , along with over 120 elementary and high school students to school 13 University/College Students.
We had . This is Jeremiah Gaye and James Kollie who live at My Father’s House. Other Gr. 12 grads were Maxwell Browne, Alhaji Kamara, Leon Sawyer, Love Kamara, Chelsean Chea, Beatrice Constance, Stephen Toe, Keekee Bourgar, Ceegar Dyega, Abraham Dyega and Felecia Nyenwan. 13 students graduating from Gr. 12
from Mother Patern School of Health Sciences with the highest GPA in the class!! He was elected Class President each year. The school awarded him with an ” Excellence in Leadership Award” Soon after Jallah’s graduation he was given a paid position with the school as their Student Supervisor overseeing their Student Practicum Program in the various clinics and hospitals. Jallah you have done well! Jallah Tutu graduated with a BSc in Nursing
from the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University. Another amazing student! Daniel Coleman Graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice
from the University of Liberia. Peter Johnson graduated with a degree in Agriculture
from the University of Liberia. Vanson Karteh graduated with a degree in Business and Public Administration
and is now taking her degree at Cuttington University. Faith Hinneh graduated from Nursing School
from the Tubman University in Maryland County. Andrew Wallace Graduated with a Degree in Nursing
We were able to take with quality mattresses and room renovations. Ma Gormah is praising God for remembering her! “10” poor widows from the floor to a bed
Janjay runs a pharmacy in Buchanan. He is a nurse. Provision of Hope is moving more and more towards empowerment rather than hand outs. ” How can we help the Liberian people to make it on their own?” Janjay Dyega and 10 other entrepreneurs started new businesses this year.
Leona Wleh is one of our single mothers who we assisted this year. We helped “20” families with housing this year.
This is Lorpu and her daughter. We helped several refugees come back home to Liberia
Grace, Ellen and Alex just arrived home late December.
. We got these through Health Partners International of Canada. In March 2016 we went to Liberia carrying 9 big cartons of valuable medicines
We are always helping those who are sick, to be able to get their medical treatment.
We continue to promote known as the miracle tree. Our organic garden projects continue to yield produce. MORINGA,
More pigs, chickens, goats and sheep than ever this year. Husbandry is growing.
towards our $ 55,000 annual Education costs. “Walk a Mile in My Shoes Steinbach”, raised over $ 15,500 for Education
All 4 of Our Children’s Homes were able to get as well as special food to eat. The children are always “so” grateful!! Clothes for Christmas
Most of all
towards our work in Liberia. I want to say thank you to all our friends who have donated so generously Because of your help we are able to take in more and more children and see You are the reason we continue to grow. CHILDREN AT RISK BECOME CHILDREN OF CHANGE! Because of your help we can continue to give RICE TO OUR WIDOWS and TAKE THE SICK to the hospital.
From our family to yours we wish you a
YEAR FILLED WITH LOVE, PEACE AND JOY !!
God bless you as we step into 2017, expecting GOOD THINGS!!
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December 31, 2016 @ 1:02 pm
Dear Karen, What a joy to see all that God worked to make happen through you and your partners. Dr. Chris Hena was marvelously blessed to receive so much great medical stuff from you in March. We have finished building the new clinic. Now we are trying to raise annual support to operate it. We are planning to open it in June. God really blessed our efforts. We paid for the building as we went along, so we have no debt. The clinic in Kakata is 10,000 sq. ft and even three overnight rooms for patients too sick to walk back to their village. When we open it will have a pharmacy, an ultrasound, an operating room, three exam rooms, a lab, and the overnights I mentioned. We build a triage building outside the gate so that each patient can be examined for Ebola before entering the grounds. Praise God for the Ebola vaccine, now available when needed.