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Client holds eMi drawings in partially-constructed phase 1 building

Niger (Niamey) - School Master Plan
It is such a life-changing event when people come and use their skills like your team has done and we get to see a new view of our campus here come to life. I could not have imagined what this week would bring with you but now I see your devotion, your passion and your focused mission to provide eyes for us to see what the possibilities are here at Sahel. Thank you . . . to even take the time to hear us and then try to put onto the screen or on paper what is being spoken to you about this campus. Your gifts has truly lifted us as a community here in Niamey.
excerpt from an email by Ben Suster of Sahel Academy

Burundi (Bujumbura) - Seminary & Vocational School
EMI has been a great gift to us from God for their contribution in making for us these designs and without charging us any money. The coming of eMi has added much value to us, to what we are doing and to the kingdom of God . . . I would highly recommend eMi experience to many other ministries, in fact, I have already recommended eMi to three different ministries who will be writing to inquire in due time.
excerpt from an e-mail by Rev. Painito of International Christian Ministries.

El Salvador (Quezaltepeque) - Orphanage
Each team member brought both their expertise and their giftings and as a team they were able to survey the land, make a topographic map of the property, draw up the architectural and structural designs of the family houses and the multipurpose building, make plans for our electrical and water supplies, draw up a master site plan, make a cost list, and SO MUCH MORE!
excerpt from The Father's Heart Foundation October 2009 Newsletter

Haiti (Gressier) - Orphanage
Blinking back the tears of gratitude, I can only say Praise God for you and your team.
excerpt from an e-mail by Susan Ostrowski, representative of HCRM.

DR Congo (Kinshasa) - Children's Village
When the dust settled I was thrilled with what the team of engineers had accomplished. . . . Engineers, architects, and an urban planner pulled off an amazing feat in spite of the typical “African” mishaps and detours in the road. Their passion and excitement for the work was a tremendous encouragement to me and each had a story to tell of the journey that had brought them there.
excerpt from The Elikia Children's Village Blog

Niger (Danja) - Women's Clinic
I just want to thank you and all of the other members of the eMI team for your hard work on the fistula center in Danja.  It is absolutely thrilling to me to see this coming so close to realization after years of struggle.  My deepest thanks to you all.
excerpt from an e-mail by Dr. Lewis Wall of the Worldwide Fistula Fund.

Rwanda (Kigali) - Orphanage
They gave us a fantastic report of the 2 parcels of land we now own, and lots of advice on how to proceed with our site-plan of building small family-style home units for orphans and widows . . .
excerpt from the Home of Hope Rwanda Blog

Philippines (Sampaloc) - Orphanage
On their last day, the EMI team gave a power point presentation to the AHMO Board, Rehoboth staff and other interested persons, showing what they had accomplished. It was quite thrilling to see it all coming together.
excerpt from The Sacred Portion Children's Outreach Fall 2007 Newsletter

Haiti (Petionville) - Orphanage
The eMi team (Engineering Ministries
International) arrived in Haiti on May 26 and worked day and most times even into the night to design an orphanage, guesthouse, and director house for GLA. They put together a master plan design and we should receive the completed plans in about 4 or 5 months. The design is fantastic and we cannot wait to see the final presentation... you are going to make our dream of a home for GLA come true!

excerpt from God's Littlest Angels June 14th, 2007 Update.

Zambia (Ndola) - Job Creation
The eMi technical team didn’t leave the architectural drawings they eagerly wanted to. But they offered their friendship, endorsed our vision, pledged long term support and showed us key tactics... This [project] is literally the poor lifting themselves from poverty, but not without strategic partnership like eMi offers.
excerpt from a letter from Pastor Derek Mutungu of the Royal Poultry Centre (RPC).



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