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Faith in Action

Newsletter Highlights:

  • MINE Program for 2022 and fundraising goals
  • RBC mobile clinics
  • Hope House program changes
We shared with you last year that we are officially partnering with a Gabonese non-profit called MINE. You can read about them here if you would like to learn more. We are very excited to support their comprehensive plans for 2022 to serve communities that are at high risk for family instability. We are currently working to raise $26,000 for this program and you can learn about their plan for the year and donate here. Their first event took place May 21st and the photos here are from that event. We love seeing Gabonese medical professionals and pastoral staff volunteering their time.

Some highlights of what this partnership will bring this year:
  • School supplies provided to families in partnership with local schools
  • Yearly medical exams and mosquito nets provided
  • Abuse prevention programs like a seven-day summer camp, including seminars for teachers and parents
  • Door to door outreach and family visits
  • A food security program is being developed
  • Gabonese volunteers are mobilized, including critically important professionals like doctors, nurses, and social workers
  • Relationships are being formed and doors for the Gospel are opening
Also, our partners at RBC (Community Based Rehabilitation) who operate an eye clinic and distribute mobility carts have identified 100 individuals with leg disabilities that also are suffering from eye problems. They have asked us to partner with them to serve this particularly vulnerable population. The team will hold four free eye clinics hosted by local churches around Libreville for these individuals. With our support, RBC will be able to provide free consultations, medications, and glasses to 100 individuals living with leg disabilities. This program will also provide an opportunity for the local churches to connect with these individuals and their families, sharing the gospel and inviting them into their church families.

Lastly, we want to share some sad news regarding our partnership with Hope House. About a year ago, Hope House slowed down their communication with us significantly. We have not been receiving reports or communication from Hope House in the last few months and we made the tough decision to end our financial support in December of 2021. Currently, we do not believe they have the appropriate staffing levels to provide for the number of children in the program, and we have not received any information that assists us with knowing if the children and safe and cared for appropriately. We informed all Hope House supporters in February/March and have continued to work with the national church and others to see if we can come to a resolution where we could further help the children. We continue to pray for this situation, but as of now, our partnership has ended and we can no longer support Hope House. We know that with God, all things are possible, and we still pray and seek a resolution here. We thank you for your continued prayers and partnership with E4 Project and our partners.

Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” - Matthew 19:26

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