Halima (Glory)

Halima is about 24 years old with two children. Halima and her husband were a Muslim couple. She injured her finger but did not tell her husband and she kept it covered. When he found out, he was upset that she did not tell her. He left and went to marry another woman. He left her with some things, but she was alone, and she had a lot of pain in her finger. She came to Anna’s office at Neema and was asking for help from Neema. We have helped her pay rent and she has had one surgery. Neema is hoping to help her have another surgery in August. We will talk about a business for her in the future when she is back to good health. Halima was baptized at Neema Village and became a Christian, her name is now Glory. You can support these MAP (Mothers Against Poverty) moms by donating to the MAP program at Neema Village.

Glory has done very well at Neema and is ready to start her business.  She will open a small shop selling goods like flour, salt, sugar, soap, etc.  These moms also take business classes with Anna learning how to do the bookkeeping side of a business.  Please be praying for Glory as she starts her business.

Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.
James 1:27 (NIV)