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“Our mission is to impact impoverished emerging and developing nations by empowering teachers with educational resources that enhance their ability to teach and instills in students a lifelong desire to learn.”

“Our hearts are full of gratitude…”

Feb 7 2016

We are already into the month of February – 2016 will fly by at this pace. We have team members raising money for an outreach to Malawi and Zambia in September, we have been working on a grant from Rotary International, we are preparing a section on HIV/AIDS for the Teachers Manual and we are exploring how we can incorporate the “Keep Girls in School” campaign that many African Nations are pursuing. In the midst of these activities we received this tremendous report from Missionaries Dave and Darlene Easterly regarding the PALs they were able to distribute in South Sudan…

“Our hearts are full of gratitude for you helping us in sending the “PAL” to Alpha Primary School in Kenyara South Sudan. It was a teaching tool for the teachers too as they realized the knowledge of what was on the PAL. The students found it to be a hands-on learning experience. They found the solar system was all new to them. The use of the Lapdesk allows them to work sitting on the ground and brings order to the class room. The need is endless in South Sudan, thank you for your dedicated help to all the children in the 3rd world countries…

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kids_using_palThanks Dave and Darlene for the years you have poured into Uganda and South Sudan. And thanks to all our loyal friends for your continued support and prayers for this much needed project.