International Ministries

Help a Child in Southeast Asia

This project seeks to raise $ 6,000 for educational scholarships so that 80 children from broken homes can go to school rather than beg on the streets.

Goal: $6,000 helps 80 children

About this Mission Project

Southeast Asia has one of the poorest countries in the world.  The impoverished children there are vulnerable to pedophiles and international human trafficking syndicates.  Money from STEP (Student Tuition Expense Program) is a crucial part of keeping children in school and off the streets.  

Boonmee is a hardworking boy who is determined to lift himself out of his family’s vicious cycle of poverty and drug addiction.  He is the oldest boy in a home for street boys, and his determination to better his life for God is an inspiring example to the other boys in the home.  

STEP makes it possible for Boonmee to attend school rather than beg on the streets.

$150 will pay for school uniforms, shoes & school supplies for 2 village children for a year. $500 will make it possible for 15 village children to go to school.  

Mission Project Specifics

This project seeks to raise $6,000 for educational scholarships so that 80 children from broken homes can go to school rather than beg on the streets. $75 in STEP funds will provide each child with a school uniform and shoes, school supplies a book bag or a jacket.
This project will be managed by development workers, Lori and Matt Mann, together with an assistant.  It is anticipated that this project will provide an education to children who otherwise wouldn’t receive it, prevent child labor and trafficking, and break the cycle of drug addiction and poverty.

Connect to this Mission Project

•    Pray with Matt & Lori that the children being helped will stay off the streets and that there will be opportunities to help more children who are at risk.
 


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Boonmee holding another boy on his shoulders at the home for street boys.  He was found begging on the streets to earn money for his parents who are opium addicts.  Today Boonmee is in high school and dreaming about what he wants to do in the future.