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Hannah

Sent from Woodgreen Evangelical Church, Worcester

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Hannah has been teaching with AIM for over six years, working in a number of different contexts. She currently teaches at Wellspring Academy, Chad. Wellspring Academy serves the children of cross-cultural Christian workers through a day school and homeschool support.

Chad became independent from France in 1960. Since then, its politics have been characterised by violence, coups and insurgencies. It is a secular state with freedom of religion. Muslims are dominant in government, trade and the army, although they are only just the majority religion (approx 53%).

Hannah teaches the youngest class and as well as teaching she works with the staff team to develop curriculum and policies as the school grows and develops. She is involved with running the homeschool weeks twice a year for those homeschooling their children across the country. She is also continuing to study French and build relationships in the community.

Hannah is also involved with her local church, which provides opportunities to grow in relationships, service and speaking French. She particularly appreciates the fellowship of the ladies group which she is a part of.

Could you partner with Hannah in this work?

Partner with Hannah

Hannah teaches the children of cross-cultural Christian workers at Wellspring Academy in Chad.

If you would like to partner with Hannah in your prayers, gifts and practical support, please download and complete this form and return to Freepost RTJH-JRZE-XXKX Africa Inland Mission, Halifax Place, Nottingham NG1 1QN.

For any queries, please email: donations.eu@aimint.org

 

 

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