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Native children in Burma.

Growth Opportunity

Some of the poorest children in one of the world's poorest nations, Burma (also called Myanmar), gather at a nursery school run by an indigenous Christian ministry near Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon. About 15 children from Buddhist families meet in a small structure made of bamboo and banana leaf, paying little mind to a sewage ditch visible through the floor. The nursery helps build bridges to share Christ with both parents and children. Besides various evangelism outreaches, community works and micro-enterprise assistance, the ministry also helps poor children attend school. "We want to thank you for helping us to provide aid to children too poor to attend school," the ministry leader said. "Due to your kindness, many poor and needy children can now attend school regularly."

Assist Nursery and English Schools in Evangelism
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