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WATERING THE NEIGHBOR'S GARDEN

Women's education is vital in Senegal

By Janet Root

Saharan sands converge with the surf of the vast Atlantic in northwest Senegal. At this geographical crossroads, where the haunting call to prayer echoes five times a day, several Alliance families live and serve among the poor in partnership with Yoonu Njub (Way of Righteousness) Fellowship, a church founded by the Brethren more than 20 years ago.

Recently, this small band of believers built a locally acclaimed vocational center to meet the critical needs of the community’s many street boys, disciples of the area’s revered religious teachers. Less publicized are the health care and educational opportunities the church provides to the area’s women and girls, “allowing us to build relationships and find those with open hearts to the gospel,” says Brian, the Alliance team lead. More

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