#ICCMCongo 🇨🇩️ This is the goats project at Linda Stryker Academy in DRC. When the goats are ready for sale, they are sold and the money is used to help orphaned and very poor children’s school fees.
Posted by International Child Care Ministries on Monday, October 29, 2018
Haiti Half the population of Haiti is undernourished, earning less than $1 a day. ICCM provides school lunches for about 20,000 children, both sponsored and unsponsored. A meal for a child in Haiti is 25 cents. A $10 gift will serve 40 children. India In India, 38% of children are stunted due to chronic … Read more
We are extremely excited to premiere a new video about our #ICCMHaiti Food Fund 🇭🇹 and our partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects. Please share! 💚 Give to the Haiti Food Fund: http://bit.ly/ICCMHaitiFood Give to Haiti Tree Projects: http://bit.ly/ICCMHaitiTrees Give to Haiti Animal Projects: http://bit.ly/ICCMHaitiAnimals Video: Nick Beardslee Rex Bullock Craig Erickson Iccm-Haiti Sponsorship Posted … Read more
It’s our honor at ICCM to participate in God’s liberating work among His beloved poor and those sometimes referred to as His “cherished missing.” Our focus is on impoverished children. Some of these children risk being trafficked and literally imprisoned. Our words and actions can protect them from exploitation. Many children born into poverty have … Read more
In southeastern Africa where three major countries meet, there is a long, thin, landlocked country affectionately referred to as “The Warm Heart of Africa”. The country is Malawi – and they’ve earned that name because Malawians are some of the friendliest people you will ever meet. If you are ever privileged to meet Rev. Annie … Read more
Elisha (pronounced El-ēsha) is a young woman being used by the Lord to bring relief to children in the Adidogome neighborhood of Lome in Togo. At church, Elisha noticed many of the younger children often cried and disturbed their mothers because they were hungry. She talked to her dad, Superintendent Rev. Fosseh Takpale, who is … Read more