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Raising awareness, prayer, and financial support to reach overlooked women around the world

  • At risk girls employed as domestic workers in Mali, West Africa
  • Pregnant girls ages 11-18 in Quito, Ecuador
  • Sex trafficking survivors in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • Women released from prison in Manila, Philippines
  • Overlooked women in your community

Goal:  $157,500

AT-RISK GIRLS   |   WEST AFRICA   |   $39,375

Hands of Honor (a ministry of CAMA) provides literacy, health, and life-skills training to young women ages 12-19.  As domestic workers, these at-risk girls live in strangers' homes and are far away from their families.

PREGNANT TEENS   |   ECUADOR   |   $39,375

Casa Elizabeth provides housing and resources for pregnant girls ages 11-18. Most are pregnant because of abuse from relatives and are place in Casa Elizabeth through child protective services.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS   |   CAMBODIA   |   $39,375

Agape International Missions (AIM) helps rescue, restore, and reintegrate survivors of sex trafficking.  AIM Restoration Home gives 50 girls the opportunity to heal, learn new skills, and experience the love of Jesus in everyday life.

FEMALE PRISONERS   |   PHILIPPINES   |   $39,375

Ina-Inakay Center, Inc. helps women released from prison to find small apartments and temporary jobs.  Inakay has invested in a muscovado sugar manufacturing business as one employment option for the women.


The monies we raise this year for the Great Commission Women National Project will support these four initiatives (63%), the work of US Intercultural Ministries (20%), the ministry of Great Commission Women (13%), and the Great Commission Fund (4%).

Great Commission Women website:  www.greatcommissionwomen.org  

 

2017-2018

The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach the good news to the poor.  He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners (Isaiah 61:1).