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New Wells at the Village of Hope

Two months ago, those at our global mission partner, All Kids Can Learn International/Village of Hope, were shocked to wake up without water in the Village of Hope in Zambia, Africa. They re-routed water pipes from the veggie gardens to provide water for the Village. At the same time, they learned that two of the Irrigation wells were pumping mud; they too were going dry. What a sinking feeling!! Naturally, they need water for drinking, cooking, bathing, and for irrigation

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No Water in the Village

The Zion Global Mission committee would like to let you know that our Global Mission partner, All Kids Can Learn International/Village of Hope, in Zambia, is in need of wells for their water supply. Below is an article written by Benedict and Kathleen Schwartz, CEO’s, concerning the need for these wells. If you would like to prayerfully consider donating to them, you may do so directly at akclivillageofhope.com/donate or through Zion’s Global Mission ministry at ZionBuffalo.org/mission-giving. Please keep the project

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Safe Arrival in Zambia

By Kathleen and Benedict We left Minnesota three weeks ago amid the beautiful colors of Minnesota in the fall. Driving across the US to MD we were in awe of the beauty that God has created. After a short time with children and grandchildren on the east coast, we were able to safely return to Zambia. As we drove up our country road (1/2 mile) the children and staff from the Village, and staff from all departments were holding up

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School of Hope Library

Zion’s Legacy Funds at Work in Zambia The School of Hope library will soon be ready for books and library furniture. The walls are up and the roof is on.  The inside plastering is almost finished so it can be painted. The floor needs to have the final smooth layer applied and electricity and lights need to be installed. The inside is projected to be done and painted by the middle of January.  In mid-January, a U.S. librarian is going

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