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  South Sudan (Malakal)

Hope for Children Sudan Orphanage
Children of Promise International
eMiC Project 10004

May 14th - 24th, 2009

Project Status
March 2012: Construction underway.

Project Team
Kevin Wiens - eMiC team leader
Mark Stevens - eMiC intern
Elizabeth Lee - architect
Jennifer Ho - architect
Brian Bute - structural engineer
Rodney Beadle - civil engineer
Bernie Roseke - civil engineer
Heather Roseke

Project Phasing Typical Wall Section Floor Layout
Design Team at Work Architect at Work Prayer of Dediction for the land


Media & Ministry Reports

Brian gives structure for those in need
Lethbridge Herald (July 30, 2009)

Canadian Bernie Roseke Volunteers in South Sudan
Amec Weekly Update (July 7, 2009)

Sudan Trip
Wiens Wanderings (May/June 2009)

Project Scope
After the devastation of years of civil war in Sudan and the HIV/AIDS epidemic, many children have been left orphans and lack the basic necessities of life.

The goal of the Hope for Children Sudan Orphanage is to provide for these children in a loving way and to see them grow strong physically, mentally and spiritually. They hope to reintegrate well-educated and responsible community leaders back into their society and desire to provide the children with a strong Christian foundation that they can then share with others.

The orphanage and school will be situated on a 5-hectare site near the Nile River that will also include a church and a medical clinic. The design will include dormitories for 50 children and 5 staff, a classroom for 50, dining/kitchen for 50 plus staff and volunteers, a recreation/multipurpose room and toilet/shower facilities, as well as water & wastewater and electricity.

To learn more about Children of Promise International, check out their website at promise.com.

Come join this eMi team as we partner with Children of Promise to live out in a profound way Christ's words: "Whatever you did to the least of these . . . you did unto me."


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