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It's been a joy to see LifeNets volunteers
working together to provide practical support
for people in developing countries. This helps
people become self-sustaining and makes them
able to pass the benefit on to their families,
church and community.
LifeNets works primarily in the African
countries of Zambia, Zimbabwe,
we have have various projects in
(Chernobyl and Transcarpathia)
and help with an alcohol abuse program for
Our programs help with everything from
livelihood development, agriculture, cattle,
water and habitat. But, our number one program
is educational scholarships. These provide a
lifetime of returns by giving a young person a
profession that continually gives back. On our
Web site at
will read and see many happy outcomes. This is
one area that we will regularly feature in this
We have a unique wheelchair program that we
operate in the United States called The
. We have matched
hundreds of people with wheelchairs who cannot
afford mobility with those who have an unneeded
This regular newsletter will give brief reports
about news, current happenings and future plans.
Thank you for reading and caring.