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2015 January News

February 17, 2015

Myanmar

LLH supported New Eden Charity Children’s Home and provided for all the expenses of their day tour to the zoo.
Due to insufficient fund, they hadn’t had such activity for a long time.
Thanks to the voluntary work of our architect in Vancouver, LLH will support the construction work of a three-story orphanage building for New Eden Charity Children’s Home. May the children have a comfortable home in the near future. Construction work has officially been commenced.

India

After the team’s visit in 2014, we have started the following new projects.
We will build washrooms in six districts to improve villagers’ living standard and input knowledge of hygiene and sanitation.
LLH donors will continue to sponsor five orphans’ living expenses and education fees.
LLH invested in a cow farm in Rajasthan for our Living Enhancement Program.
Thanks to the local coworker of LLH, who donated a land for us to build an English-based school and a dormitory. We aim to serve the local residents.

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