Providing children with necessary tools for education to give them a place in society
Caring for disadvantaged children in an area facing great poverty.
Serving those in the community with disabilities and getting them involved in the local church.
Le Pélican is working to provide education opportunities to the deaf children in the community.
Raising awareness of those with disabilities to improve their lives and the lives of their families
Giving opportunities to this marginalised group.
Caring for young orphaned children.
Caring for orphans and disadvantaged children.
Providing wheelchairs and other mobility aids for those in need
Providing physiotherapy support for the disabled.
Providing support to families of disabled children.
Providing training in numerous areas for disabled children
Changing the lives of disabled children
Prayer points for the team as the work continues to expand.
A look at some of the members of the Somos Nos team.
This blog post shares some wonderful opportunities of sharing the gospel with people.
An overview of the impact the team have had over the past year.
A look into the work involved in inspiring young people to get involved in working with those living with a disability.
Read of how the project ran its first event alongside a church to offer to support to those who attended.
A look into how churches are adapting to make their buildings more accommodating for those living with a disability.
A look into how the Stronger Together/RICD team are equipping national believers to support those living with a disability.
A look at the impact the past few years have had on the work of RAPCD schools.
A look into how lives of deaf and blind children have been changed through the work of RAPCD schools.
RAPCD schools not only provide an education, but also provide students with an understanding of the Bible.
A look into how RAPCD schools for blind and deaf children started in Africa.
A look at the year ahead and challenges currently facing the Vision for Bangladesh team.
We hear how the team have been supporting the Tea Garden communities over the past year and how they offer support.
The team share about the current challenges they face, and how we can be praying.
A look into how the work of Vision Bangladesh started and the impact it has had.
A look into the rehabilitation work done with disabled children through the Little Lighthouse project.
The team share some updates about Green Olive Home and opportunities for community support.
The team share some prayer requests from the Warriors House project.
The team share about creating opportunities to integrate those living with a disability into community life.
Some prayer requests from the HZ Agape project.
We find out how the Well of Love project was established to support families with disabled children.
Our month of focusing on Accomplish finishes with challenges and items to be praying for as the project looks to the future.
The team share a testimonial from Julian Watson who was able to do some visits with the Heart of Mercy team.
The team share the need for wheelchairs and the impact it can make in a child's life.
A look into the life of Maria who was supported by Helping Hands.
A look into the life of Onique who was supported by Helping Hands.
A look into the life of Manuel who was supported by Helping Hands.
A look into the life of Rosa who was supported by the Helping Hands team.
A wonderful testimony of the work Helping Hands are doing in Mozambique to support children with disabilities.
A very real and honest account from Jasmine Tell of RICD, Thailand, about her experience of disability in her family and how it has impacted her life.
Christian Faith Ministries (CFM) share heartbreaking news of the effects of violence in Nigeria, leaving many children homeless.
A look into the work of Accomplish Children's Trust who are reaching blind and deaf children in various regions of Africa.
A look into the medical and educational work being run through this centre in Zambia.
The growth of a project started by the organisation Stand by Me.
Reaching out to the disabled in Uganda.