Monthly Archives: November 2015

Today, a child is walking because of you!

In the month of October of this year, 60 surgeries were completed in Kenya to ensure that these children will have a promising future of mobility. Matthew, one of the children that received surgery in October, is pictured above with Bernard (left) and his father (right). Matthew will soon be walking thanks to our talented medical

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You have placed 15,300 students in school in Afghanistan

Click here to read the latest Afghanistan Update.

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Refugee Crisis: “Turning Crisis into Opportunity” by Neal Keny-Guyer

Turning Crisis into Opportunity Four guiding principles for managing the refugee crisis. By Neal Keny-Guyer Nov. 10, 2015 When a series of jarring images—a dead toddler on the beach, a TV reporter kicking migrants—set social media aflame this fall, the world responded with outrage and Europe opened its doors to thousands of refugees. But as

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November 1, 2015 – Rick Wiebe in Lodwar

Here are some pictures from Rick Wiebe in Lodwar at TEC. The construction is going very well.

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October 29, 2015 – Picture Updates

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November 3, 2015 – Another successful trip and we are on our way home…

We completed our two week mission safely and we are now on our way home. Many lives were touched and we were blessed as well. We stopped at Lake Naivasha for a boat ride. A final view of the hippos and Kenya wildlife from the boats. Never enough gift shops for Joe! Met up with

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Second day at Bumbuli

At the Bumbuli clinic.

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November 1, 2015 – Celebrating the 50th Wedding Anniversary of Joe and Linda

Today was our first day off as we wind down our trip. We had our driver appreciation evening, debrief session of our projects and trip, and celebrated a 50th wedding anniversary. Debriefing session. Our last one. Driver appreciation evening. Each group shared a story or performed a skit in appreciation of their work. Cindy and

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Saturday, October 31, 2015 – Wrapping up our trip/celebrating Dalry’s birthday

We have finished all of our project visits and work is done. We are now on our way home with a few more stops. We will take 2 days off and work on our reports and meet with some local officials.   We stopped to celebrate Dalry’s birthday today with a bush lunch. Some people

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