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From Germany to Zambia

In September 2016, we welcomed an intern from Germany named Sara. She came across our website and inquired about interning with us. She was in Zambia serving with Mercy Touch for three months working on the farm, as well as with the children. Sara used Mercy Touch as a way to further and enrich her studies as she completed her research project on alternative farming techniques. She had a great experience and we were happy to have her. Here is a blog written by Sara. Read More ...

How My Life Was Changed

In addition to our projects and main programs, Mercy Touch Mission International aims to empower ambitious individuals who lack the resources to fulfill their goals. Theresa is a young woman who was given the opportunity and resources to complete her college education with a goal of becoming a teacher. Not only did Mercy Touch provide the funding for her school fees, the ministry gave her direct hands-on experience in her field by having her teach and tutor the children from the Mercy Touch homes. Here is a blog written by Theresa. Read More ...

How The Girl Project Helped Me

Aside from sponsoring the children in our homes, we run a Girl Project where we sponsor disadvantaged girls to get an education. We also mentor them and teach them various life skills. Without this opportunity, many of these youth girls end up abused, pregnant, or get married at a very young age. We are very proud of our girls! Here is a blog written by one of the girls enrolled in the Girl Project. In her blog she shares her personal experience before and after the intervention of Mercy Touch. Read More ...

What It Means to be a Housemother

Housemothers are such an integral part of what we do as a ministry. Here, Mama Regina, our longest serving housemother shares some of her experiences serving with the ministry. Read More ...

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