Mar 10, 2020

Five Very Positive Items from Godly Seed School

Godly Seed is one of the four school feeding programmes that we support.  We’ve received a report from the that A Brighter Tomorrow for Africa (BTA) has highly impacted their lives and has been a source of encouragement and motivation in many ways.   

  1. First Positive: They are strongly managing the funding we send to be sure to feed all of the children and this has been a very uniting experience for the children throughout the community who come to Godly Seed.
  2. Second Positive: The school has just completed their first term exams and the children are all doing so well because they are nourished thanks to BTA. 
  3. Third Positive: They also want to report that they organized a sport meet that brings more community children together to play and share food. And, because of BTA, Godly Seed was able to provide enough food for this great, uplifting day for children even beyond those who attend the school.   
  4. Fourth Positive: They have also started some construction to keep the children at school within a compound structure, which will help to protect them from issues they have and continue to face in the streets.
  5. Fifth Positive:  Another wonderful piece of news to share:  they are getting advice on how to start agricultural activities this coming year to help make the feeding programme more sustainable.  They report they have very fertile soil to cultivate local food like rice, cassava and potatoes and they’ve registered with the Agricultural ministry to move forward on this.

Thank you as always for your support!

Dec 9, 2019

A Girl with TB Receives Lifesaving Nutrition

A Healthy Beautiful Student
A Healthy Beautiful Student


The feeding program is improving the lives of the children at the Godly Seed School.  The staff there have been evaluating and monitoring their progress and are seeing great improvements in health and in the number of children who come to school. 

A Recent Story:  One young girl in class one at the school fell very ill with tuberculosis.  The school immediately intervened for her wellbeing to ensure she was nourished and would receive proper medical care. Rev. Angie Myles, who runs the A Brighter Tomorrow for Africa (BTA) chool Feeding Programme at Godly Seed, made sure she was admitted to the hospital, treated and then released to the care of Rev. Angie and the school. 

Rev. Angie and the school supervised her care and nutrition program and she is now doing great! With the help of the school and our nutritious BTA meal programme, she has recovered completely.  

Thank you to those who help to fund A Brighter Tomorrow for Africa for the support provided to nourish these children and help save lives.  

Nutrition Brings True Health
Nutrition Brings True Health
Sep 9, 2019

A Significant Change in a Child Ebola Survivor

Before BTA
Before BTA

A darling young boy who lost his two parents during the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone was discovered by the Ben Hirsch staff during a visit to one of the communities called Perrifefewabu where the epidemic seriously hurt so many people.  Most of the children were displaced in the village so the Ben Hirsch staff brought him to the interim care center for some time and later on he was fostered to one of the foster parents.

Through the intervention of BTA through Ben Hirsch he is now living happily with his foster parent and doing do well.  We are sharing two photographs so you can see the difference our program has made in his life – and the life of hundreds of other children! 

Please see “Before BTA” and “After.”  You are making such a difference!  Thank you again and again.

After BTA
After BTA
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