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Miracles In Africa



 

Just 16 months ago I first visited Kogaja, a village in northwest Tanzania in East Africa. That 21-day trip was really life changing for me in many ways. I experienced a new kind of poverty first-hand. Not inter-generational poverty, but national poverty. I experienced people living without clean water, without education, without medical care, and with very little food.


About six weeks ago, I returned to Tanzania to visit my friend Jerald Malamba and the village of Kogaja. It was so wonderful to see him and his family who have become beloved friends and the school building we have built and the water project we have completed!


The villagers now have access to clean water and the children have a new school building, an incredible change from last February, 2022.



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