The school year at AGAPE SCHOOL is coming to an end and the children are sitting their final exams.

The school year at AGAPE SCHOOL is coming to an end and the children are now taking their final exams after a year of educational success. We are proud of their achievements and the progress they have made. As the school year draws to a close, we would like to thank all those who have supported AGAPE SCHOOL in its noble goal of providing quality education to young children who have been left behind in formal education. With your support, we have been able to create an environment that is conducive to the learning and development of our students. Together we are making a difference to the future of these young people. We intend to expand the AGAPE SCHOOL this year for a greater impact on street children. Thus far we have a total of 34 children who are benefiting from the education project of Agape School. These children are

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The insecurity in Haiti is out of control: in the past week, two American missionaries and a Haitian man were murdered by bandits with serious injuries.

The local director of a mission group in Haiti and a missionary couple from the United States were attacked and fatally shot by gang members after leaving a youth group activity at a church, a family member told The Associated Press. Thursday’s slayings of Jude Montis, the local director of Missions in Haiti Inc., and Davy and Natalie Lloyd, a young married couple from the US, happened in the community of Lizon in northern Port-au-Prince. They were killed as the capital crumbles under the relentless assault of violent gangs that control 80 per cent of the capital city while authorities await the arrival of a police force from Kenya as part of a United Nations-backed deployment aimed at quelling gang violence in the troubled Caribbean country. CLICK BELOW TO READ MORE haiti-missionaries/103894362

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This year’s Mother’s Day was a special one for the children at our two centers. Despite the absence of their mother gure, our CEO Helen Kim, the children received a memorable surprise. During the celebration, Helen Kim joined the children on a conference call. Their faces lit up with joy and bursts of laughter and cries of happiness echoed around the room as they wished their ‘Mummy HELEN’ a Happy Mother’s Day. This event was a reminder of the importance of Mother’s Day for these children who have often lacked maternal love. It is our duty to give them the affection and support they so desperately need. On this special day, we were all able to feel the warmth and joy that comes from sharing love, even from afar. Celebrating Mother’s Day with these children is much more than a tradition: it’s a necessity. Each of us can play a

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