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Zambia

LifeNets has worked in Zambia since 2000.

We have provided cattle, agricultural support, food security, scholarships, boreholes, orphan support and more!

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Chernobyl

"Revival" Centre near Chernobyl, Ukraine

We have provided support for this Centre since 1996. It has become a premier center for helping children living about 30 miles east of Chernobyl in Chernihev, Ukraine. 

 

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Brazil

Maloca of Moscou Project in Northern Brazil

Providing Water, Scholarships, and Agricultural Support. Also mosquito nets.

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What We Do

Education, Food Security, Water, Orphans, Agriculture, Cattle, Livelihood, Habitat, Wheelchairs, Clinics, Schools and much more….

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Australia Sponsors 2015 UYC Camp in Mexico

Here is the 2015 Mexican Camp report by Gabriel Garcia. As you can see, we had a wonderful and profitable camp! Thanks again to LifeNets Australia for their generosity in helping these Mexican campers, most coming from very low economic households, travel and be able to have such a camp. They expressed great thanks and […]

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Mexico UYC Camp 2014

First UCG Mexican Youth Camp in many years By Gabriel Garcia August 20, 2014 In the beautiful city of Veracruz, Mexico, 23 youths (22 from Mexico and 1 from Chile), had their first Youth Camp in many years from July 27 and August 3 of this year. The climate was ideal, with sunny days throughout […]

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Trip to Burma – Spring Holy Days 2016

by Ian Stewart Ian Stewart and his sister Julie have both been LifeNets sponsored workers at the Legacy Foundation in Thailand. We are pleased to see their continuing interest in SE Asia and a caring spirit for the spiritual welfare of the people in that area.  In the link below read more about them when […]

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Borehole in Chipata, Zambia

Filius Jere writes to us from Chipata, Zambia where we visited a few months ago about the long-awaited borehole that will provide water for 200 rural households:  No more water blues for 200 rural households in Zambia for safe drinking and generation of agro-income throughout year. Thanks, LifeNets!  I have just docked in after meeting […]

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Gratitude For Food Relief in Malawi

Today we received an encouraging note from Dan Ringo in Blantyre, Malawi.  He is LifeNets assistant finance manager.  He is writing about the seed and fertilizer distribution that we provided in November 2016, the start of planting season.  We put out a call for help and you responded generously.  The original appeal follows his note […]

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“Beverly Hall” at the Revival Centre in Ukraine

Beverly Kubik was honored at Chernihev, Ukraine’s “Revival” Centre for her work with the rehabilitation post-Chernobyl children. The Center is located about 30 miles due east of the infamous reactor that exploded on April 26, 1986 and has caused untold misery for Ukrainian and Belorussian children.  An area of the center was named  “Beverly Hall”  More fully […]

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Profile of Filipino Scholarship Student

Novrene G. Dulay  Studying Bachelor of Science in Information Technology at the University of Mindanao, Davao City Philippines,  Novrene writes:  I was born in a family of eight with me being second to the youngest. My father is a hard-working man, a plumber with no permanent employment while my mother stays at home. We live in the […]

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Driver’s Training for Paliza Hussein

Paliza Hussein of Blantyre, Malawi earns $30 a month as a security guard. He and his wife Agnes have ten children. They lived in a one room dwelling and slept on a concrete floor that cost them about $5 a month. This is poverty and a story that made a particularly powerful impact on us. […]

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Rotary International Convention Atlanta 2017

The 2017 Rotary International Convention was held in Atlanta June 10-14. I attended two of the days, Sunday June 11 and 12th along with about 40,000 others delegates.  It was an enlightening experience seeing how this organization works with a common mission that spans several hundred nations, 1.2 million members and 33,000 local clubs.  Its […]

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