2013Sri Lanka - August
India - September
Nepal - October
Bhutan - November
“Behold, children are a
heritage from the Lord,
the fruit of the womb a
reward.” Psalm 127:3
Indiado you know?
•There are 20 million street children in India.
•Over 59 million children in India have no access to
•One out of two children between the ages of 6 and
14 has no access to primary education.
•Out of 27 million children born in India every year, 2
million do not survive to celebrate their first
•About 60 million Indian children under the age of 6
live below the poverty line.
•500,000 children are forced into this commercial sex
trade every year.
•1 out of every 3 girls does not live to see her 15th
•5.2 million HIV/ AIDS infected children
•Statistics reveal that India has 17 million child
labourers -- the highest in the world.
"Truly, I say to you, unless
you turn and become like
children, you will never
enter the kingdom of
heaven. Whoever humbles
himself like this child is the
greatest in the kingdom of
heaven." (Matthew 18:3-4)
Sri Lankado you know?
•There are five million children in Sri Lanka.
•More than 1,000 children have been used as
soldiers for the Civil War by terrorists. These
children needed to be healed, emotionally and
•There are 2,000 street-living and street-
working children in Colombo city and 2,500
•There are 40,000 child prostitutes, and more
than half are boys.
•There are more than 1.1 million children
under 5 in Sri Lanka. 392,000 (35%) children
are nutritionally undernourished.
•There are more than 250,000 unschooled
children in Sri Lanka.
"Whoever receives one
such child in my name
receives me, and
whoever receives me,
receives not me but him
who sent me.“ (Mark
Nepaldo you know?
•Children ages 16 years and below,
constitute 41% of Nepal’s population.
•More than 50,000 children die annually in
Nepal – malnutrition is the underlying cause
in more than 60% of those deaths.
•31% of children ages 5 -14 are involved in
some sort of child labour.
•Children have contributed 6% of Nepal’s
total domestic production.
•12,000 Nepali girls are sold in India every
•About 95% of street children have an
addiction to glue.
Bhutando you know?
Whosoever shall receive one of
such little children in my name,
receiveth me: and whosoever
receiveth me, receiveth not
me, but him that sent me.
•Poverty - Almost a quarter of the population in Bhutan
lives under the poverty line.
•Migrant children - The Bhutanese nationality is very
difficult to acquire, as it requires the two parents to be
Bhutanese. Thus, many children that are born and live in
Bhutan are not nationals.
•The right to education - more than one in ten children
are not educated.
•AIDS - The number of people infected with HIV in
Bhutan is increasing.
•Child Labour - close to one out of every five children are
required to work to support their families in Bhutan.
•Sexual exploitation - Sexual exploitation of children is
equally very alarming in this country.
•Violence against children - Physical abusive punishment
is not explicitly restricted in Bhutan. Thus, many children
are already victims of poor treatment in the context of
family life as well as in school.
Our VisionOur Vision
To train, equip, and provide resource materials to
those who minister to children.
Rallies, programs and camps to encourage, equip
and empower them to become men and women of
God and see them filled with the Holy Spirit.
What we PLAN to do:What we PLAN to do:
1. Teacher Training Programs
2. Seminars to encourage
3. Providing teaching materials
4. One week evangelism cricket coaching camp(Sri Lanka)
We share Bible truths through….
•Exciting children’s rallies
•Other children’s meetings
Do you want to be a part of this Mission Trips?Do you want to be a part of this Mission Trips?
If YESIf YESYou can help usYou can help us
• with praying
• with finance
• with supplying resource materials
• With informing others about the trip etc
Please let us know your interest: firstname.lastname@example.org
217 324-6215 or 217-313-1211
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