ELCA World Hunger: DIKO Marie’s story (extended version)

 

 

Years ago, Diko and her family had no alternative but to drink from contaminated water sources. Now, with access to a newly constructed spring box, Diko is stronger, healthier and enjoying a better quality of life. This extended version offers additional interviews and highlights the role of the community in this important work. View the short version at http://bit.ly/VtlYHj.  Your gifts to ELCA World Hunger support this work in the Central African Republic and programs in nearly 50 countries around the world. For more information, visit http://www.ELCA.org/hunger.

ELCA World Hunger: DIKO Marie’s Story (Niem, Central African Republic)

 

 

Years ago, Diko and her family had no alternative but to drink from contaminated water sources. Now, with access to a newly constructed spring box, Diko is stronger, healthier and enjoying a better quality of life. Your gifts to ELCA World Hunger support this work in the Central African Republic and programs in nearly 50 countries around the world. For more information, visit http://www.ELCA.org/hunger.

ELCA World Hunger: Kenneth’s Story (Milwaukee, Wisc.)

 

 

Kenneth had very few tools with which to support himself when he returned from prison and found himself unemployed. An old friend from the karate dojo, now coordinating a job readiness program at Cross Lutheran Church in Milwaukee, Wisc., helped Kenneth find work, community and self-worth. Your gifts to ELCA World Hunger support Kenneth and families across the United States and in 60 countries worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.elca.org/hunger.