International Ministries

Kids for Mission in North East India

This project seeks to provide young goats to needy families to provide a self-sustaining source of nourishment.

Goal: $60 per goat

About this Mission Project

North East India is populated by hundreds of indigenous tribal groups, each with its own unique language and culture. Much of this remote region is yet untamed with dense jungle, wild elephants and rhinoceros. Braving the dangers and discomfort of rainforest heat and humidity, the hazards of travel and often opposition to their message, church planters venture to share the news of Jesus’ love and life-giving sacrifice with those who haven’t heard the gospel.

You can partner with these ministers of the word and enable them to offer life-sustaining assistance through the gift of a goat. A young goat, or kid, helps meet the villagers’ basic needs for food and better nutrition. A goat is a tangible expression of Christ’s love.

Mission Project Specifics

This project seeks to provide young goats to needy families to provide a self-sustaining source of nourishment. Each family that receives a goat commits to pass on the first female offspring to another family to multiply the blessings and improve the quality of life in the broader community.

This project will be managed by International Ministries (IM) Development Workers in North East India Katie and Taku Longkumer, who will work with the IM partners in the region.

It is anticipated that this project will improve the general health and well-being of the families. This will happen initially through milk the goat supplies. Over time, additional sustenance as well as income will be generated as villages develop small herds of goats.

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This project allows church planters in North East India to fight malnutrition and provide economic stability in a region that lags behind the rest of the country in economic development.