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Neema Project

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Neema is a US Non-profit and Community Based Organization in Kenya providing skills training, counseling and discipleship to vulnerable young women from Kitale and surrounding villages. Our students are trained to become certified dress makers and tailors through a rigorous educational and national certification process. Training encompasses all aspects of the craft from sewing machine mechanics and repair through dressmaking and tailoring theory and practical application.

In addition, Neema has a residential program required during the first year in the program. Each young woman and her child are provided with a safe home environment, clean water, food, and medical care - so they can get the most out of the restoration and training program. A house mother lives onsite to provide counseling and to teach the girls how to care for themselves and their children. After the first year, they transition back to their homes and participate in the program during the day.

The young women at Neema come from situations where they have experienced some level of rejection, extreme poverty, abuse, or other trauma. We believe that each individual life is significant and that through restoration and education we will see transformation in the heart of each young woman, in her family, and in her community.

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This Month's Featured Partnership

BAM (Business As Mission): Puebla, Mexico

When considering Jesus' instructions to make disciples of all nations, we are reminded of two of Providences own core values: "disciples are made not born" and "we are better together." With this in mind, Providence is excited to announce our new International Strategic Partner, The BAM Center in Puebla Mexico. BAM stands for Business as Mission. Their mission is to reach people living in the region of Puebla with the gospel through business classes (incubators), water purification, church planting, medical care, and other practical programs. Our partnership with BAM will revolve around working with local leadership and community members to see a community center planted in the region with the hopes of seeing a church plant emerge. Please keep the Providence BAM Core Team in your prayers as they will be traveling to Puebla on February 14thto work through future trips and future plans. To learn more about The BAM Center please visit http://www.bamcenter.com

 

 

 

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