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Northern Sri Lanka School Rehabilitation and Child Development Centers
About the project
When the civil war ended in Northern Sri Lanka in 2009, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries helped feed 25,000 refugees for almost half a year and started improving the lives of children there through child development centers (CDCs). Because of their good work, the government has asked NCM to help them with the ambitious task of rebuilding 150 schools in the north. NCM staff in Sri Lanka plan to start a CDC at each school they rehabilitate.
NCM will begin this monumental task by developing CDCs in the two biggest cities in the north: Kilinochchi and Mullaittivu, areas touched heavily by the civil war.
In Mullaittivu, where the last battle of the war took place, NCM has already started planning the rehabilitation process. The first school they will help currently has only a thatched roof building. Once NCM helps construct a better building, NCM staff will establish a CDC there. It will run after school, and enrolled children will receive food, tutoring, and mentorship in a loving environment. The program is designed to complement what children are already doing in school and to remove barriers to their success.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Join with NCM in Sri Lanka in bringing child-focused community development to Northern Sri Lanka.
* US $30 per month sponsors a child in a Nazarene child development center.
* US $9,500 sponsors a center for a year.
* US $12,500 on average renovates or rebuilds a school.
MAKE A DONATION
Donate by Check:
In the US:
Make checks payable to General Treasurer and send them to:
Global Treasury Services
Church of the Nazarene
P.O. Box 843116
Kansas City, MO 64184-3116
Make checks payable Church of the Nazarene Canada and send them to:
Church of the Nazarene Canada
20 Regan Road, Unit 9
Brampton, Ontario L7A 1C3.
Be sure to put ACM1035 in the Memo area. Thanks for your donation.
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