Meet Justin and Read the Summer 2017 CKC Report

4 comments Written on July 26th, 2017     
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By CKC Project Manager Cat Knarr

When you sponsor a child through Covenant Kids Congo, you become part of the transformation of an entire community. 28,000+ people in Gemena, DR Congo now have access to clean water. 131,815 children have received immunizations. These are just a couple glimpses of the strides being made – more in the latest CKC report.

“I’ve lived here since 1991 without having seen a water fountain,” said Fakulu, a Gemena resident. “[Now], the safe water made its triumphant entry in our area where all the people consider it a relief.”

And now, as CKC enters Phase 2: One More Child, we’re excited to introduce you to a new leader whose work will be critical for this ministry.

Meet Justin Kazadi, Ledia Operations Manager

 

Meet Justin Kazadi, the new Ledia Operations Manager for World Vision DR Congo. Justin will be overseeing the next phase of CKC on the ground. “Ledia” is the name of the community where CKC sponsored children live, which encompasses the city of Gemena in northwest DR Congo. CKC and World Vision chose this name because it means “a new thing is happening” in a local language.

Justin has been working for World Vision for 10 years, and we’re so excited to welcome him to the CKC partnership! Leave a comment below to send Justin your warm wishes.

 

Read the Summer 2017 CKC Report


Read more about the progress happening on the ground in the Summer 2017 CKC Report. You’ll find cumulative statistics, personal stories, and insights into how our partners are innovating as they work in this remote area with limited infrastructure. Many challenges remain, but together we learn, adapt, and progress along the way.

Read the report here.

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4 comments “Meet Justin and Read the Summer 2017 CKC Report”

Justin

Mbote!
Thank You for accepting the role of Ledia operations manager.We are praying for you and the community that you serve.
We wish you God’s peace and blessings now and always.
Amen!
Jeffrey & Valerie Anderson

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Justin,

Thank you for taking on this important work! Covenant Kids Congo is such an amazing way to tell people about Christ while loving them in a way that is meaningful. I will be praying for you.

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Justin, praying for you as your transition! May God go before you in the work you will do and may the work you do glorify Him!

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Mbote, Justin! May God bless you and continue to provide for you as you step into this new role. Praying for you as you minister among the people of Ledia. May there be a “new thing happening” to the glory of God.

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