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YOUR HELP TO PROVIDE NEEDED HEALTHCARE

Remember the two-and-a-half-year-old boy, Pardhu Kumar, whom we met last November in India? His father Ramaswami and his mother Tulasi had asked us to help their son, who badly needed surgery for a bowel malformation. 

The doctor who visited him thought it was best that Pardhu first receive medical treatment before undergoing surgery, because of his weak body.

Thanks to your precious help, C.L.R.I. Onlus was able to ensure that the boy received the medical treatment, as recommended by the doctor.

We ask you to pray for young Pardhu and his parents and to continue to provide your support.

The surgery will cost about €3,000 and any help you can give will certainly be of encouragement to Pardhu and his parents.

Thank you

 


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Feb

18

Clean Water

Dear supporters, several villages are asking CLRI to drill clean water wells like the one shown in the picture, which was completed yesterday.

Clean water is a bare necessity to these villages. Would you be willing to help them?

Then make a donation to CLRI: if we all chip in, with € 400 we can provide a clean water well to one village.

 

 

Feb

16

Talking of the love of Christ

EVENING OF EVANGELIZATION AND TALKING OF GOD AT A TRIBAL VILLAGE.

 

 

 

 

Feb

03

LIVING PROJECT WITH BIBLICAL SCHOOL

Dear supporters
We are building a house for three pastors and their families. God willing, we would like to finish construction of the first floor, which will be used to host a bible school and guestrooms.
Anyone who wishes to contribute financially to help these pastors as a way to glorify God can make a donation to the:  "bible school project".

Your generous donation will be to us as the widow's offering of two mites.

(Luke 21:2-3)

 

 

 

Jan

27

PROJECT SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN

At the heart of our town in Amalapuram more than 500 children live in an area called
Municipal Colony. There are about 1.000 families that live here. They make their homes
right next to the city’s main sewer. The people here are mainly laborers who clean the
roads, public facilities and toilets etc. The literacy rate in this colony is very low. Though
there are two primary schools that are accessible to the children, there is a high dropout
rate. Children drop out of school as early as the age of 10 and start looking for work to help
out at home. Most of the families are dysfunctional with both or either of the parents being
alcoholics. Sights of broken homes and families fill the place. 

There are many reasons why these children drop out of school. Usually children drop out
of school to work or join criminal activity. Some children support their families by working
while others fall out. The children here have low morale and no incentive to continue their
education. Families don’t encourage children to continue education. The cycle of poverty
continues as the children don’t have the opportunity to progress in their education. The
nearest high school is 3 Kilometers away. For the children to have a chance at breaking
their cycle of poverty they need education with access to a mentor. A program which will
help with the needs at home while providing counseling and mentorship. The children here
need a chance, like the chance we are all given. A chance to dream, A chance to see where life
can take them.

Will you give a hand, a hand to lift them out of darkness? You can make a difference!

With only 25 euros a month we will provide them with food for the family, books and school support necessary ... Help us!

 

 

 

Jan

15

PROJECT CHILD SPONSORSHIPS

Hi everybody!! These 5 kids need a help!! They have lost their sponsor that permitted them to have a schooling and food..without that support they had to come back to work... The name of the first child on the top left is Sharon aged 13, the next to her is Jyothi aged 17, on the bottom from left is Siddu aged 11, close to him there is Kumar aged 12 and the last one is Raju aged 14.
 
Their stories are very sad as Sharon’s story. Her father is Dead and her mom have to work on the farms for a miserable wage and she can’t afford Sharon’s schooling, or like Siddu’s story. His father died due to HIV-AIDs and his mother also was tested positive for HIV. Without someone that will sponsor him Siddu will not have any future. 
 
With 38$ or 25€ per month you can give them the possibility to go to school and have a Daily meal, 
You’ll be able to write to your child and have a letter back with photos.
 
With less of one coffee per day we can change one little life.
 
Call us + 39 340 3866984 or write us info@clri-onlus.org THANKS!
 

Jan

10

Project home or appeal for a home

Undurthi Lakshmana Rao is living in New Life Center (Rehabilitation center for leprosy patients) maintaining by Miriam Chidlrens Home since 15 years.  He was infected with leprosy in the aged of 28 years and he joined in New Life Center in the year 2002.  He was married at the age of 23 years a woman who is suffering with Tuberoclusis  named Naga Mani.  She is living at their village along with his parents.  They have one daughter Satyavani, studying 10th class living in a Government Hostel.  Son completed his industrial training course in Jyothi Industrial school, amalapuram(Institution running under Miriam Children’s Home management). He is living in rehabilitaiton center, wife works in agriultural fieds to feed the children.  Her health also not permitting for continues work still she is using medicines for Tuberolusis. They have piece of land 96 square yards received from their forefathers.  Presently no house in that place and the family is seeking help for permanent house. They pray that God will provide a R.C.C. house for their family.  We recommend this family for permanent housing.

WITH ONLY € 3.500 WE CAN REALIZE THIS MIRACLE!

 

CHRISTIAN LIFE RELIEF INTERNATIONAL ONLUS DISTRIBUTES FOOD TO PEOPLE IN NEED WITH A FOCUS ON THE MANY COLONIES OF LEPERS IN THE COUNTRY WHO, BECAUSE OF THEIR DISEASE, ARE ALIENATED BY THE HEALTHY POPULATION AND THEREFORE HAVE NO HOPE FOR THE FUTURE AND ARE FORCED TO BEG IN ORDER TO SURVIVE. WITH JUST €15 YOU CAN FEED 3-4 PEOPLE FOR A WHOLE MONTH AND HELP RESTORE THEIR DIGNITY.

WELL DRILLING PROJECTS

According to experts, the availability of drinking water per capita in India will experience a drastic decline over the next 15 years.
A recent study is predicting that India could reach a stressful state even before 2025, while even now, the local population barely has enough water to survive.

In India, it is estimated that 150 liters of water are necessary per person in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle; however, there are parts of the country where the daily consumption of water is calculated to be only 72 liters per capita.
We have personally visited several areas where people are using water that the rest of the world would only use for agricultural purposes, if at all.

The need for clean, fresh water is EXTREMLY URGENT and we have taken immediate action to supply this need by drilling wells in many different locations to supply water to thousands of families and thus prevent the out-break of terrible epidemics.

For several years now, we have been carrying on a very important project in India called “WATER FOR THE THIRSTY”.
Unfortunately, villagers are forced to drink water from the rivers that is so dirty and polluted that those who drink it run the risk of contracting diseases and infections.

Animals bathe, urinate and defecate in the water of those rivers, which locals are also drinking and using to wash their clothes.
Several die every year from diseases.

We are drilling water wells in many Indian villages on the banks of these rivers to give as many people as possible the opportunity to drink clean water.

Today, 400 euros are enough to dig one well.
Hundreds of families can thus enjoy this basic commodity which is so valuable and essential to life.

If you want, you too can help us to fund the construction of a new well and give clean water to eve more families. 

 

 

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