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A father of the fatherless, and protector of widows,
is God in His holy habitation.  Ps 68:5
Become a Neighbor of Mutendere Zambia
Rev. Ralph Sebente
King World Missions
Plot No. C736/A Mutendere
P. O. Box 38106
Lusaka, Zambia
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On this page, I will try to keep you up to date on some of the many projects at  King World Missions.   Besides the school, we have invested in young men and women by training them in life sustaining skills. The more we grow the more the needs grow too.  Please help by donation or by saving inkjet cartridges for recylcing.

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Sewing - Tailoring
Older students are being trained in tailoring and other sewing projects.  School uniforms can also be sewn by these ladies to earn money.

Tie dying is also being taught as they are trying to give the women skills with which they can earn money to support themselves and their children. 

Eggs (on-going)
Thanks to Mr. Simon Wilde and the Hybrid Poultry Farm (Z) Ltd), the children, youths and young mothers are now getting 20 trays of eggs per week. This really helps to supplement
their diets and we have been able to tell the difference because of the added nutrition.

Metal Fabrication

Below you can see Pastor Sebente checking on the work of a couple of their metal fabrication students.

We have we have decided to send to school of knitting the young lady (Katebe) over looking the  knitting projects. After three months we believe that she will not only be knitting, but will become the instructor in that project too.
Pictured here are some of the young widows learning to sew and do tailoring.