Project Nehemiah

A blessed 2014!
We trust that you all have an enjoyable, refreshing and heart fun vacation with your loved ones, and friends.
To our families, friends, church-mates, co-workers, our hosts in the area, and  MAP partners locally and abroad, thank you so much for your prayers, emotional support, financial provisions, relief goods, and medicines so that the medical-surgical emergency activities , relief goods, school supplies and carpentry tool distribution were done very successful.
The teams were physically exhausted yet the blessings of peace, joy and transcending love of Jesus Christ were demonstrated, experienced, and felt by the survivors. It was worth it all.
Here is the summary report of what MAP and volunteers did for the survivors of typhoon Haiyan:
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Restoring the Hilgendorf Memorial Clinic

Two decades ago, going to Bunhian will take a day journey. You have to catch the first and the last trip going to Bunhian. A world war 2 type of public transport which will drive you for one day to bring you to Bunhian , then hike for 4 hours to the clinic. If you don’t catch it, a day hike from Ubao, stay overnight at Mr Lamag’s ( retired principal  Aguinaldo National Highschool) place in Bunhian, then early the following morning another  2 to 3 hrs hike  to the clinic…Today, good news, it’s already cemented from Ubao, the first barangay of Aguinaldo  to Jacmal, site of the clinic.

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