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New Graduations from the Philippines and Malawi

The LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Program has helped over a thousand young people since it’s inception in 2001 when we started in Guatemala and El Salvador.  We have had tremendous outcomes in the changed lives that change communities.  Some have become doctors, dentists, accountants, teachers, computer technicians, mechanics, journalists and much more.  Here are just […]

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Michelle Landas – Luzon area scholarship

FROM LUZON PASTORATE Michelle Landas  – Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English. Period of scholarship 2019-2023 My name is Michelle A. Landas, 19 years old from Manilla congregation. College is not an easy journey, it takes a lot of hard work, time and effort. For almost 5 months of schooling, I’ve been into many different […]

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Zeeryl Joy C. Verde in the Philippines

We are so pleased with this LifeNets scholarship success story from the Philippines. Ms Zeeryl Joy C. Verde is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Joenel and Ivy Verde from Bacolod City. Zeeryl graduated as a LifeNets scholar last March 2016 taking Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English. She successfully passed the Licensure […]

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LifeNets Scholar – Bernadette Leria

We are always glad to hear about good outcomes of the LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Fund.  Here is a note I just received from one of our scholars in the Philippines: Hello Mr. Kubik. I’m one of the LifeNets scholars who has graduated in 2018. Here’s my photo.  I have received a degree of Bachelor […]

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Dr. Yumi Yamamoto and Recorders for the Philippines

I want to tell you a wonderful story about the work of Dr. Yumi Yamamoto, an ophthalmologist in Kochi, Japan, and our LifeNets representative.  She has been such a tremendous facilitator for our projects in Japan http:/lifenets.org/japan as well as one who has initiated projects benefiting people in the Philippines, including the United Church of […]

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