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HopePAK - Women's Empowerment
United Caribbean Trust has partnered with Pastor David Lotie Akondowi from House of Freedom, Tanzania to establish a Women's Empowerment Sewing Project.

"Sustainable development may be defined as 'development that meets the needs of the present without preventing future generations from meeting their own needs."

-Former Norwegian Prime Minister, Gro Harlen Brundtland in "Our Common Future"

Many women have given their lives to Jesus and He has turned their lives around.

Over the last six years United Caribbean Trust has partnered with Pastor David Lotie Akondowi from House of Freedom, Tanzania to establish a Women's Empowerment Sewing Project.

"In Tanzania we have a common saying which translated sounds like this ’educate a woman so that the entire society should benefit’. " Pastor Lottie

Many women have given their lives to Jesus and He has turned their lives around.

It's amazing sometimes we think that we are doing so little but we are training vessels of God.

Seen here on the left with Jenny and on the right with Bishop David.

Many women have given their lives to Jesus and He has turned their lives around.
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Woman's lives have been turned around.

Suma (which means prayer) can now support her son and family instead of a life on the streets she is now a respectable home maker and supporter of her family. Bringing dignity and respect to her family.

The 2010 Women's Empowerment class with Jenny Tryhane the founder of UCT, the sponsors of this program.

Imagine now if we could provide employment to these already trained women in Tanzania to sew the HopePAK for the street children in Dar Es Salaam.

Seen here the 2010 Women's Empowerment class with Jenny Tryhane the founder of UCT, the sponsors of this program.

We desire to establish a similar project at the Hope Child Care Centre. We already have 10 sewing machines and are eager to start training so that the HopePAK can be sewn here for the street children of Kampala.

To God be the glory.

Stella you have every reason to smile because God is smiling down on us.

UCT thanks all who sewed into this ministry enabling it to be established.

1 year scholarship costs US $30 per month

Donations can be made to:

UNITED CARIBBEAN TRUST BARBADOS BANK ACCOUNT:

First Caribbean International Bank Bds Ltd

Super Centre Complex, Warrens

St. Michael, Barbados

Account number 10001092544

Email united_caribbean@yahoo.com

 
 
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