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Maloca of Moscou Project in Northern Brazil

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

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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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"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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What We Do

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


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LifeNets Habitat Overview

See –> LifeNets Habitat Category In this post, we would like to give you an overview of some of the Habitat projects that we have done since the start of the United Church of God.  Since we founded LifeNets in 1999, providing habitat for those needing it has been a big part of our work  […]

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Habitat for Humanity Helping with Irma Damage

LifeNets is an avid supporter of Habitat for Humanity. This is one example of how have done this: Hurricane Irma ripped through Highlands County Florida on September 9, 2017 and damaged more than 13,000 homes with at least 144 being completely uninhabitable.  Habit for Humanity was there to help provide housing for a single mother […]

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Helping Family Who Lost Home to Fire

Port St. Lucie, Florida Report by neighbor Carol-Lynn Hoskin: I am happy to report a very happy ending to the fire event that destroyed everything this family owned.  Due to the covid virus, their two sons had to move back home from Orlando, Florida to Port St Lucie, Florida because school (college) was canceled.  As […]

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Zambia Delivers Another LifeNets Graduate

LifeNets International has scored another success in Zambia with the graduation of yet another outstanding student. Thokozile Chalo Jere is a twenty-nine-year-old young woman whose upright character would appear to have been a barrier to her vocational progression. Brought up under very strict parents, she cried for school at age four, jumped grades, and was […]

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