Archive for September, 2013

Update on Johjan LifeNets Academy in Migori, Kenya

September 29, 2013

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September 23, 2013 update of LifeNets biggest project to date: The JohJan LifeNets Academy in Migori, Kenya that now has 220 pupils.

3 Short Testimonials from Our Lifenets Developing Nations Scholarship Fund

September 29, 2013

In January 2013 we recorded these three short testimonials from our LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Fund students who tell us of their ambitions and progress. They are studying to be a doctor, social worker and school teacher–none of which would have been possible without a a Developing Nations Scholarship grant. Please take a look at the three minute YouTube video above. We thank All of God’s Children 501 (c)(3) in Lansing, Michigan that has just provided $4000 towards the Zambia scholarships.
http://lifenets.org/scholarships

Live Clean Program in South Africa

September 3, 2013

Monique Webster, LifeNets Southern Africa chairman

Monique Webster, LifeNets Southern Africa chairwoman

Feb. 27, 2013 — LifeNets establishes new service program in South Africa: Live Clean Program to be presented to groups of vulnerable children in order to provide them with a message of hope and practical techniques for daily living to alleviate emotional and mental suffering. It will be headed by LifeNets Southern Africa chairman, Monique Webster.
http://lifenets.org/rsa/liveclean/start.html

Chilemo Orphans Club, Mufumbwe, Zambia

September 2, 2013

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Derrick Pringle of Kitwe, Zambia delivering $4000 worth of goods to orphans as well as poor Zambian/Angolan farmers.

Posted Feb. 11, 2013 — LifeNets newest orphanage project in western Zambia. . We are very happy to be involved in working with these reliable people. 

2012 Put Foot Rally

September 2, 2013

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Neil Wallis and his bakkie

Posted March 1, 2013 — LifeNets member Neil Wallis participates in 7000 km road rally driving through 7 countries in Southern Africa, giving LifeNets exposure and giving out hundreds of pairs of shoes to poor people along the way. Great story!