CEF activities in Zones where over 1700 children have been reached with the gospel and 367 gave their lives to Christ.
Certificates presentation to CEF graduated students at Dzaleka Refugee camp in Dowa.
Operation SAVE is reaching even Refugee Camp at Dzaleka with its programs.
Launching of Solar Water Projects (Nthesa location in Ntchisi)
International Director, Marvin Tarlton giving Bibles to District Commissioner, Traditional Chief, Member of Parliament and Council Chairperson in Ntchisi District during Solar project launching. Over 2000 people attended the function.
Sharing Operation SAVE vision, goals and programs with top government officials (Member of Parliament
Operation SAVE leaders met with Malawi government top officials (Members of Parliament) and shared Vision, Goals and Programs like providing clean water to communities.
Crusades and distribution of care packs, blankets, Bibles, Salvation dolls and bracelets
Taking the gospel to Village Heads in Ntchisi. Operation Save started a Bible Study special for Village Heads.
Brother Rome sharing the good news through Salvation Bracelets
Learning some Agricultural skills at E3 Worldwide (E3 means Educate, Empower and Employ) where one of MPS (Hon. Sam Kawale) is coming from.
Marvin, Rome and Malawi leaders went to E3 Worldwide in Dowa to learn Agricultural skills to assist in implementing a new farm program to generate Ministry income.
Visiting feeding program center (Chigonthi school)
Operation SAVE reaches out to schools and provides porridge. This program has brought back children to school and school dropout has been reduced. Enrollment in these feeding schools has increased.
From June to August 2021 Operation Save well repair teams have been repairing broken boreholes Our repair team is doing a wonderful work in the central Region of Malawi. You can even conclude that this borehole provides clean water to many people by seeing the buckets which are waiting to be filled with water after the maintenance of the borehole Operation Save’s Water Program “Water for Life”.
In the month of June our drilling machine had a breakdown and we stayed about a month without drilling. We are thankful to God that it was fixed by the mechanic who is an expert and we were able to drill some donated boreholes as well as business boreholes. But in the month of August we also encountered compressor breakdown. Up to now we are unable to drill boreholes because of the part which has been ordered from South Africa. We hope to start drilling boreholes in the middle of September 2021.
Above picture shows our drilling Machine at the garage and our drilling team in Ntcheu.
The above picture shows how Marvin, Mike and Rome were welcomed by Malawi team during July Mission trip. We thank God for their coming. A lot was accomplished because of their physical presence in Malawi. Many Malawians received their basic needs including clean water and the gospel of Jesus Christ. We learn humility from them. Rome also helped with the building of our guard house.
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