As we enter this Thanksgiving Season there is much to be thankful for at Hope Springs. Your partnership has been critical in bringing about the changes that have taken place in Dono-Manga, Chad.
Over six hundred children and adults died in a three month period in early 2009 due to the lack of clean drinking water and medication to treat childhood diseases. To date twenty six well have been repaired, 15 new wells will be drilled this month and our new dispensary is now open providing life saving medication. Because of your generosity the funerals have been replaced with the sound of children playing and laughing.
During our recent visit to Dono-Manga I spoke with Dr. Emmanuel Eni, one of the deacons for the Waulari Jerusalem Church and a member of the teaching staff for the University Medical center in Maiduguri, Nigeria. Dr. Eni has been to Dono-Manga on a number of occasions and knows firsthand the impact your gifts have made here.
We are also excited about plans to build an orphanage for 41 children in one section of Dono-Manga. We will have all the details soon, so check back often for updates.
Donations maybe made at our website or by mailing to: 118 Wessington Place, Hendersonville, TN 37075
Hope Springs International is a 501C3 Non-Profit Corporation and your gifts are tax deductible.