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  • The entire Russia Leadership Development ministry is funded through special projects. Gifts to General Support go towards such items as travel, director’s stipend, office expenses, translators, school subsidies and administration.

    Goal: 80,000

  • Mayette Ativo-Bueno is the Director of the Bicol Center for Christian Learning in the Philippines.

  • BCCL trains pastors, evangelists, and church leaders. It is led entirely by Philippine nationals who are assisted by volunteer, short-term lecturers from North America.

    Suggested donations: $175 - $1,750.

    GOAL: $13,825

  • The Integrated School for the Blind was started in 1981 to assist children with visual impairments. Promoting sustainable livelihood, the school operated a 4-year program for beginners that prepares students to function in a seeing world. In these 4 years the students learn daily living skills through mobility and orientation training. They also learn to read and write Braille. All students regardless of age begin in this program. Once they are both confident and competent in their skills, they move onto mainstream schools. Currently there are 17 students in the beginner class and 47 students in mainstream schools where ISFB teachers provide support in translating materials into Braille. 

    Your gift of $200 will subsidize the tuition for one student for one year.

  • The Cameroon Baptist Convention runs a large primary school system. Having quality teaching materials will help improve the quality of education that Cameroonian children receive in these schools.

    Your gift of $250 provides the necessary resources for a good education.

  • Cameroonian national missionaries are teaching the least-reached peoples of Cameroon.  While Cameroon Christians support the basic salaries of these missionaries, most have no ministry funds. Contributions will provide these national missionaries with Bibles, literature, or even a motorcycle in order to reach the people to whom they were sent.

    Suggested $500 annually per national missionary.  

    Goal: $10,000

  • Your gift will go towards providing educational materials to support the Health Board training program for nurses, lab techs, and other health personnel.

    Goal: $5,000

  • At the Mbingo School for the Deaf, hearing-impaired children have the opportunity to be educated and integrated into society. Contributions help offset living and tuition expenses of the two hundred students at the school. 

    Note: Identity of children not disclosed.

    $200 annually per child goes a long way. 

  • Funds provide education and health support for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS and other disasters and diseases. The children are placed with caregivers in their communities rather than in an orphanage.

    Note: Identity of children not disclosed.

    Suggested minimum $200 annually per child.

  • Over 40 percent of Cameroon’s 20 million people are under the age of fifteen. With this many children seeking and needing education, there is a continual challenge to maintain school infrastructure. Many schools have leaking roofs, mud floors, and inadequate desks. Your gift will help to provide conducive learning environments for children attending the Cameroon Baptist Convention’s eighty or more primary schools.

    Suggested: $1,000 per school.

  • Funds provide much needed and culturally appropriate theological books and periodicals/journals for Cameroon Baptist Convention Seminaries.

  • Your gift helps supply materials for ministry and evangelism in Japan.

  • Our goal is to provide scholarships for each of the eight students. 

    Goal per student: $500

  • Your gift will go towards training youth leaders in the Convention.

    Goal: $2,000

  • Goal: $400

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