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“Flee to Egypt, and remain there until I tell you.” Matt. 2:13

Donation Opportunities

CPK Women and Families Ministries

The Department of Women and Families of the Presbyterian Community of Kinshasa gathers women to study Scripture, worship and pray with and for one another. In seminars and meetings they also learn about community health and life skills. They also help women start and operate micro-enterprises to help feed their families, provide education support for vulnerable children and educate at-risk girls. Support for this ECO helps to implement these programs.

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Gifts to CROP support the global anti-hunger work of Church World Service, which resources CROP Hunger Walks around the United States.

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CSI Ewart Women's Christian College, India

CSI Ewart Women's Christian College is a developing college with a priority to serve underprivileged women. Ewart's mission is to provide a transforming higher education that is based on the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Scholarships are needed for nearly 70% of the 300 students for their three years of undergraduate studies. Without your support, these young women would not have the opportunity to develop leadership skills and earn degrees in Clinical Nutrition, Microbiology, Computer Science, Mathematics and Business.

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Cameroon Christian College

Cameroon Christian College, also known as College Evangelique de Libamba, was the first secondary school to be opened for Africans in Cameroon. At one time the school was considered to be the "darling of the mission," and there were as many as 11 American Presbyterian missionaries on staff. It is now fully staffed by Cameroonians. While this represents a successful development of Cameroonian faculty, it has increased the burden of staff salaries to be borne by local sources. The needs at Cameroun Christian College are great as it struggles to overcome economic difficulties and a deteriorating infrastructure while trying to ...

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Cameroon-Joining Hands Program

Support for program activities by the Joining Hands partner network in Cameroon focused on environmental degradation caused by oil pipeline and extractive industries, corruption, human rights and food security/sovereignty.

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Care With Love: Training Providers For Home Health Care

Care With Love is a training program for home health care providers. It is now becoming an NGO for training and employment of all kinds of caregivers. Together with the Friends of the Children with Cancer (FCC), a halfway house for children with cancer will be set on a farm outside Cairo (away from the pollution) where the children from underprivileged families will be taken care of in between treatment to boost their nutrition while providing respite for their mothers and other siblings. The mothers will be educated about proper nutrition and hygiene and will participate in income-generating projects during ...

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Carpath Ukraine

The Reformed Church of the Carpath-Ukraine continues to rebuild from 75 years of communism. This ethnic Hungarian community in the Transcarpathian region of western Ukraine now has 100 congregations served by 50 pastors and recently expanded its engagement with PC(USA). Gifts will support new church development, theological training for pastors, ministry with Roma people, diaconal centers with outreach of soup kitchens, bakeries, and clothing and two Reformed high schools needing additional teachers, textbooks and facilities.

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Casuta Noastra (Our Little Home)

Casuta Noastra is a Christian foundation based in Iasi, Romania, and is focused on meeting the needs of the orphaned and abandoned children of Romania. The projects they carry out are involved in three areas: assisting in the de-institutionalizing of the state orphanages; assisting in the educational, social, emotional and spiritual development of institutionalized children and assisting the children in the transition from life in an orphanage to life in a family or on their own.

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Rosellyn Calvert started the concept of putting 2 cents each meal in a bowl for the hungry not at the table. Presbyterian Women and congregations have taken this up and some groups do nickels or dimes per meal. Often 50% is used by the local congregation or presbytery and 50% is sent to the Presbyterian Hunger Program to be divided between national and international projects.

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Chair, Post-Graduate Studies, Kenya

After 12 years teaching at Daystar University, Marta Bennett now serves on the faculty at Nairobi International School of Theology (NIST). She writes, "The African church is exploding, in numbers, in vitality, in holistic ministry, and in mission to the world beyond its own borders. It is a singing, dancing, praying, and praising church, living very close to the challenges and rawness of life, not blind to the context, but claiming God's healing and hope in the face of great odds." In addition to teaching and chairing the Leadership Studies Department, she is acting dean for postgraduate studies.

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