Senegal Transportation Ministry

Senegal Transportation Ministry

One of GO's Senegalese partners is developing a transportation business that supports not only his family but also the ministry work of local believers, missionaries and churches in Senegal. Currently, the fleet of vehicles includes a taxi, mid-sized bus (mini van), and our partner's personal car. In just a short time, the success of this business has brought on two additional drivers. The current need is a large bus that will allow expansion into transporting students to and from school as well as transportation for visiting short-term mission teams to their mission fields. Total project cost is $20,000 for a 15 passenger vehicle.

Camp de Futbol

Camp de Futbol

Each year GO offers a free soccer camp for the children of Mazatlan, Mexico. The kids attend a 4 day camp where they experience worship, teaching, and of course, soccer. Each child receives a soccer ball, t-shirt, and Bible! The cost of sending one child to camp is $20. In 2015 over 1,400 kids attended Camp de Futbol and the number is growing each year.

Open your hand

Open your hand

Our guest blogger Emily Potts has joined us in Antigua, Guatemala for the last 2 years. Her heart for cultivating community wherever she goes shines...

It’s GO time!

It’s GO time!

Today we have guest blogger Blaine Laurion! He has been the leader of the newlife youth trip for 3 years and we are absolutely thrilled...

Business Curriculum Development

Business Curriculum Development

Since the early 1990’s the number of kids living on the street has been increasing at an alarming rate in Senegal. These children do not have the access to the resources that would give them the power to change their lives – education, clean water, nutritious food and health care. This tragedy is eating away at every aspect of the Senegalese society. Despair and hopelessness is evident and heartbreaking in the eyes of these children.

New Feeding Center Mexico

New Feeding Center Mexico

Your donation will go toward the building of a feeding center that can feed breakfast to 100 children before school. The building will be 60 feet long by 24 feet wide and allow for a small stage and a small kitchen. The building will have simple wiring and water.

Bethesda School Projects

Bethesda School Projects

Of the 13.73 million people living in Senegal, 50% of them are uneducated and 100,000 children are living on the streets. Public schools struggle to offer a sound and consistent education, but private Christian schools are thriving. While public schools have a 40% success rate with advancement exams, private schools are soaring at 98% success with children consistently advancing onto the next level each year.

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