LIMM is pleased to announce the awarding of two new grants this fall:
$5000 to the Lutheran Hospital Antsirabe, Madagascar Emergency Fund. The staff of the Lutheran Hospital of Madagascar works tirelessly to serve those in their care who often have no means to pay for medications, treatments or surgery. This grant will be used to meet the needs of those patients.
$5000 to Concordia Welfare & Education Foundation (CWEF) Health Education: Advocacy and Literacy (HEAL) Program, Cambodia. In its third year, the HEAL program in the village of Spean Chrey has already provided sanitary latrines for families and conducted several health and wellness trainings for the HEAL advocates, who then share what they learn with the community. The teaching method used in the trainings engages the participants in a process of reflection and action, equipping and empowering them to find sustainable solutions to their problems.
We will be sharing stories from Madagascar and Cambodia in the weeks to come. It is your support that makes it possible to provide grants such as these. We thank God for each of you!