Special Projects

Orphan Care: My Father’s House (Renovation), Zambia

The My Father’s House Orphan Homes create a family style home for a widow and eight orphans. The home is not an orphanage; it is truly a place where the children and their “mama” create a new family, a place they will forever call home. We are in need of renovating all 11 of our homes. The cost for a full renovation of one home is $11,000. A minimum donation of $100 is appreciated!

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Orphan Care: Chicks-4-Orphans, Zambia

This “business-as-missions” project of Every Orphan’s Hope will expand current poultry farm operations from 24,500 chickens per year to 49,000 chickens per year. The funds will go toward the building of another 3,500 sq. ft. chicken run, storage facility, and the first round of 3,500 chicks, feed, immunizations, and bedding for the initial start-up. The Chick-4-Orphans project provides income to help sustain ministry operations in Zambia and also is used as a training facility to teach small commercial poultry farming to the orphans in our care. A donation of any amount is appreciated!

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Orphan Care: Camp Hope 2015, Zambia

To an orphan who has lost everything, Camp Hope brings hope and healing. This 5-day Bible camp allows the ministry of Every Orphan's Hope to minister to orphans through Bible study, prayer, music, crafts, and games. Every child receives a Camp Hope T-shirt, bandana, and they are served two to three meals a day, something many orphans rarely experience. Most importantly, they receive a clear presentation of the Good News of Jesus Christ. We’re praying for 300 orphans to experience the Love of Jesus at Camp Hope in 2015. Funds need to be received no later than June 1, 2015. A Donation of $40 Sends 1 Orphan to Camp!

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EAST ASIA - EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS

Extreme poverty among a minority ethnic group in East Asia makes basic education unaffordable. This fund will support one widow raising four children so they will not be forced to withdraw from school. Our staff will continue ministering to this minority group while ensuring that your gifts meet this foundational need.

Annual Goal: USD 2,700

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Triennial Scholarships

Talking face to face with ministry partners from other nations around the world provides unique perspectives and insights into ministry needs and opportunities. Making friends with international partners expands our hearts and minds for the world. This July, the North American Baptist Conference is planning to bring six international ministry partners to the 2015 Triennial Conference in Sacramento, giving all who attend an opportunity to personally connect with these special people.

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Orphan Care: Missionary Support, Tony Dunaway

NEW PARTNER MISSIONARY

In September 2011, Tony Dunaway (NAB CFO) visited Haiti with the purpose of identifying partners through whom NAB would distribute relief funds. God placed in Tony’s heart (and reaffirmed many times) a desire and passion to serve the fatherless. A few months ago Tony began talking with the CEO of Every Orphan’s Hope (EOH), an organization that is called to address the overwhelming impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on the lives of orphans who have lost everything.

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Csuhai, Jozsef

Jozsef Csuhai is a national missionary working in Hungary with NAB missionaries Ron and Jeannie Seck.

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Csuhai, Eszter

Eszter Csuhai is a national missionary working in Hungary with NAB missionaries Ron and Jeannie Seck.

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Daróczi, László

László Daróczi​ is a national missionary working in Hungary with NAB missionaries Ron and Jeannie Seck.

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CAMEROON - INTEGRATED SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND

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.

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