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Young and Ambitious Mechanic in Malawi

Daniel Ringo who coordinates LifeNets projects in the Blantyre region of Malawi sends this report about scholarship student Kingsley Hussein who became a mechanic and now has an income in a very poor country. This is an insightful report about one of our beneficiaries.   From Daniel Ringo: In course of getting to know LifeNets beneficiaries […]

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LifeNets Wheelchair Report by Mike Kubik

Michael Kubik, our son, manages the LifeNetes Wheelchair Project.  Here is aa brief report about a few of the latest wheelchair matches. He writes: The source of this story is through a friend of my wife  Alix who has a member in their church that has adopted 9 kids who have various disabilities. The outfitted […]

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Beverly Chonde LifeNets Student in Malawi

Beverly Chonde is currently doing her 3rd year Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication, and part of the training she has started producing programmes for the College TV Station and Radio.  Below are some of the pictures sent to us.  She is enjoying her course. Her grades are also very encouraging.  It will be worth noting […]

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Malawi Mwai Graduation!

Mwai Tseka, who lives in Lilongwe, Malawi, has operated a pre-shool.   Mwai had been part of our LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Fund.  She held a graduation on March 26, 2021 .  You will enjoy seeing these children celebrating!   Mwai states the following: 20 kids got graduated last December to start Year One at different Schools. […]

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LifeNets Wheelchair Project Update with 2020 report

The LifeNets Wheelchair Project (https://lifenets.org/wheelchair) has been in continuous existence since 1999.  It is currently managed by Michael Kubik who writes this report:  In 2020, the LifeNets Wheelchair Project was able to help those suffering from MS, paralysis, COPD, etc. by transferring wheelchairs and other medical devices all over the US. We had another record year […]

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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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First Scholarship Graduation from Isoka, Zambia

Fridah Kabangula graduated with merit in a Secondary Teachers Diploma in December 2020. She has made us proud.  She is the first student to graduate from Isoka.  We indeed indebted to LifeNets, Madam Beverly. We are very thankful for your constant support and help. God bless you and the team. Alfred Siame Pastor   Isoka is […]

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