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Hope for Orphans – Education Breaks The Chains Of Poverty

As summer ends, we rejoice over the new students that are in upper-level education! These young people are walking towards a bright future, breaking the chains of poverty. Streams of Mercy’s project, Education for Orphans, gives hope to those who have no way to finish their education. Last semester, we saw several young people graduate! They are now working in

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Devastating Famine in Ethiopia!

Ethiopia faces the 5th consecutive failed rainy season. Parts of Ethiopia are experiencing the worst drought in more than 40 years, according to the United Nations. This threat leads to famine, malnutrition, and death.    The March-May rainy season is the driest on record, devastating livelihoods and deepening a pre-existing humanitarian emergency. The World Meteorological Organization says there is a risk that the October-December

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Education for Orphans – Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Rejoice With Us Over Our Graduates! If orphans do not get an education, education breaks the chains of poverty.  Rejoice with us, five of our Ugandan college students have graduated! The last two are so close. One has a final semester. The last is in an engineering program which requires 2 more years of education. Streams of Mercy, through our

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A Beacon of Hope In Calcutta, India

A Beacon of Hope The House of Hope is a place of refuge for children living on the streets of Kolkata, India. It brings hope to the lowest caste in India. This is where families live on a blanket…. if they are fortunate enough. When children go to the House of Hope they receive food, education, medical care and love.

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