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A Day in the Life of 3 Program Coordinators in Ethiopia | Part Two

We hope that you enjoyed part one of our Ethiopia Program Coordinator “a day in the life” series! This week we are releasing part two of Rachel Andrews’ (VP of Community Partnerships) interview with Fikre, Yared, and Alex. Combined, they have 25 years of experience leading communities in Ethiopia. In this engaging episode, they share how …

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Annet, a Selfless Single-Mother of 6 Is a Blessing to Nabukalu CarePoint

In preparation of celebrating Mother’s Day tomorrow, we’d like to share the story of Annet, a selfless, single-mother of six. ⁠

Learn how Annet fed children at Nabukalu CarePoint for a month with her own resources, how her daughter’s mysterious illness led her to embrace God, how she has succeeded in her work in agriculture, and how she is a valuable resource to the Nabukalu community!⁠

This HopeChest CarePoint Made Over 1,500 Masks to Protect People from Coronavirus

The sewing group at Children’s HopeChest’s Pueblo Modelo CarePoint in Guatemala has become the light of Christ in their community, recently sewing over 1,500 masks to help protect people from coronavirus.  All Guatemalan citizens have been ordered by the President to wear masks in public to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. If you want …

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The coronavirus pandemic has caused vast food shortages and limited access to adequate nutrition in vulnerable communities around the world. Help Children’s HopeChest move quickly to provide support.

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