KATV in Arkansas has a series on Kenya. They are covering volunteers from Arkansas that are working in Kenya through Go Near ministry, sharing stories of people lives and the work of ABC in Kenya. We are glad that many get to see the opportunities and potential that lie in the many precious lives in Kenya.
First part of the "Spirit of Arkansas in Africa series
Second part of the "Spirit of Arkansas in Africa series
Third part of the "Spirit of Arkansas in Africa series
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ABC Manapla High School Falls in the Destructive Path of Super Typhoon Haiyan
The most recent super Typhoon Haiyan that struck the Philippines on November 8, 2013 left more than 10,000 people dead and about 70 to 80 percent of the houses and structures along its path destroyed.
Sustained winds of 315 kilometers an hour that ripped through many parts of the Philippines also left a destructive mark on one of the ABC schools as well. Manapla high school, which has 264 students in all levels, pre-school to 4th year high school, got hit by winds that uprooted big trees and tore apart the roof on one of the main buildings of the school.
Melissa J. Rivera, a student from Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee, USA, arrived in the Philippines in the third week of August 2012 to serve as a student missionary in ABC schools in Negros Occidental. Melissa will be teaching music and assisting teachers in other areas of instruction for the school year 2012-2013. ABC Children’s Aid Philippines is certainly blessed to have Melissa who is a BS Health Science student at Southern Adventist University. Melissa said after arriving in ABC school in Bacolod,
This is an update on a report posted while the construction was on going.