A NEW SCHOOL FOR MALUTI

Maluti Adventist Christian School (MACSEM) is vitally important to those who are working at Maluti Adventist Hospital in the mountain country of Lesotho in southern Africa. The school is severely overcrowded and will no longer serve the needs of the missionary families or the community. Adventist Education, working through Hope for Humanity, is supporting the construction of a new classroom and office block for MACSEM.


     $100,000


 Adventist students and teachers from North America have joined together as partners with those in Lesotho and Southern Africa to raise the funds to build a new school at Maluti. Our goal for this project is $250,000, with the money to be raised during the 2008-2010 school years. By God’s grace, a new school will open at Maluti in late 2009 and will be completely paid for before the end of the 2010 school year.

Student volunteers from North America will travel to Maluti in the summer of 2009 to participate in the construction of the new MACSEM school. Their work in Maluti will be to help build the school as well as to demonstrate the fellowship and common faith that students in North America share with the students in MACSEM.

The volunteers are paying their own expenses to participate in the project. 100% of the money raised by Adventist Education through Hope for Humanity will go to the construction and establishment of the new school.

 

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!

You can be a part of bringing new opportunities for education to the children at Maluti Adventist Christian School and Maluti Adventist Hospital in Lesotho. You can be a champion for the missionaries and their families. Give generously!

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