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Because of Covid-19 Hands Giving Hope normal travel to out lying villages doing large outreaches has been minimized because of government restrictions. This has given us the opportunity to give more focus locally feeding kids, sharing bible stories and other activities. Thanks to pastor Santa, KP and Lungsim for all they do working with children...
A large part of our ministry in Imphal Manipur India is to go out into remote villages to identify spiritual and physical needs of those living in poverty. Many times we find that fulfilling a physical need leads to fulfilling their spiritual need. In this situation our pastors came upon a Christian home that had...
Hands Giving Hope continues to feed children in Imphal and surrounding communities. Pastor Santa praying with the children before they eat. As our pastors continue traveling to surrounding villages feeding kids suffering and hurting because of food shortages due to covid-19, Pastor Santo feeds local kids every Sunday.
Covid-19 continues to cause hunger throughout the world. Hands Giving Hope is doing what we can to feed these hungry children. In India our staff feeds kids every Sunday at pastor Santa’s home. This is a huge blessing to the children in this community.
It was a typical rainy day in this jungle community in Manipur state in northeast India, but that didn’t stop our Hands Giving Hope team to travel and feed these hungry children. Covid-19 has caused extreme hunger in many of these remote villages. Many children showed up to receive food on this very special day....
Hands Giving Hope feeding the hungry children in the state of Manipur, India. Our home base in Manipur is Imphal, it’s terrain is jungle. As we move out to the many remote villages we work in we refer to them as the “hilly area’s”. During these difficult times there is food shortages and many children...