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Micah Project Inc

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8012 Gannon Ave University Cy MO 63130 USA


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The Micah Project is a non-profit organization in Tegucigalpa, Honduras that has two group homes for young men and boys, an outreach to street children and a variety of other ministries to the neediest people in the city. The young men in our group homes, all of whom spent anguished childhoods on the streets or in impoverished homes, are now learning to become Christian leaders through discipleship, formal education and opportunities to develop their talents by serving others. Our goal is to support these young men as they learn to “act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with their God.” (Micah 6:8).

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in 1990 I saw a documentary about streetkids on the belgian TV..from the foundation IBISS in Rio de Janeiro , from the Dutch Director Nanko van Buuren ....as TennisPro , I was so overwhelmed what I saw and I start "Tennis out of your Heart" , to support these kids ; for my Poster I had a dramatic photo from a streetboy in Tegucigalpa etc . 6 months ago , I saw on internet the Micah - Project from Michael ...real fantastic !!!I will support this fantastic project ...also I have read the story from Hector this evening.....it is only LOVE and COMPASSION can save the kids in this terrible , aggressive and egoistic World...jos

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