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HIV Infected Widows Ministry!

     The Siany and Nanga slums located in Kisumu, Kenya are home to many HIV infected widows. On our missions trips we often visit with many of these infected women and listen to their heartbreaking tale of woe. 

     Most of these widows not only lost their husbands to AIDS but  
were also infected by them. This devastating fate suffer by these widows makes life a daily challenge for survival. With the loss of their husbands comes the loss of their protection, provision, and security. 

     At African Missions Project (AMP) are seeking to change their fate and give them hope, through showing them the love and compassion of our Lord Jesus Christ. The widows greatest need is for food because the drugs they take to fight the infection are so powerful that without food they become very ill and can even die.

     On our missions trips we have the opportunity to give away 85 bags of food to these women and to pray for them. Many women give their lives to our Lord Jesus Christ during our ministries to them. These women were so appreciative of our love and kindness for them and many tears of joy flowed.

    Our short term goal is to feed these women daily through the Siany Orphan School and Pastor Mangooso Chelimo and his wife Resila. For a cost of $5 per week you can feed one widow daily for the entire week. Our long term goal is to eventually be able to feed the 150 HIV infected widows of the Siany and Nanga slums.
     If you would like to be of the James 1:27 ministry that says "Pure religion that pleases God our Father is this, to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. 
     Please make check out to African Missions Project and in the memo column write Widows Feeding Program and mail to:

African Missions Project
218 Bear Run Drive
Drums, Pa 18222 

                                                                                    Sincerely yours,
                                                                                    Guy Scatton
                                                   Director of African Missions Project

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