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Educational and training materials can be found predominantly in English, but if willing to translate into other languages, hundreds of thousands more people can be helped.
The deaf community is not immune to the Aids pandemic. However, it needs specialized attention that overcomes the communication barrier to be educated with the truth about how to deal with Aids.
How a milk cow can provide an education for several hundred children.
Sudanese soldiers lead their nation in the fight against illiteracy by taking classes that teach them to how to read and write.
Even a small portion of the Bible is worth its weight in gold to Christians in poverty-stricken areas.
Walking a mile in Samuel’s shoes would be a challenge for any man because Samuel is an amputee.
A proper water well brings joy to an African village and becomes invaluable in preventing disease.
SMI partners with local Kenyan pastors to help rebuild their community after devastating post election violence.
Many children never see a real textbook, only photo copied textbooks at best. But photo copied textbooks are much better than no books at all!