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We are now accepting online donations! Please view a list of our current projects that we are accepting donation for below.

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None of us have the resources necessary to meet all the needs that exist. We believe that when we take what we have and use it to make a difference in the world, we have stepped beyond ourselves to the world of others. Your donation to one of these projects is also an act of faith in us. We are humbled by your trust and pledge to handle your donation with integrity. Asian Outreach depends on donations from individuals, churches and foundations to run our projects and ministries.

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Donations will be processed directly by the the ANZ banking site through ANZ eGate payment system. Asian Outreach NZ does not have access to your credit card details. Donations are deposited to Asian Outreach NZ bank account.

Direct deposits can be made to these accounts with ANZ Bank:

NZ Office Support: 01-0434-0091261-00
Overseas Project Donations: 01-0434-0091261-02

Mail Donations to:

P.O.Box 97222
Manukau City 2241
Phone: +64-09-9729067


We are now accepting online donations! Please view a list of our current projects that we are accepting donation for below.

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    Assistant Children To School (ACTS) project in Cambodia

    Schooling Situation in Cambodia

    Although 80% of children enter primary school there is a 55% drop out rate.  The majority of children from poor rural families have to work to contribute to the family income.

    With 30% of the population under the poverty line, many families cannot afford to buy the required school uniforms or supplies. Almost 40% of Cambodian children are malnourished which makes learning difficult.

    What is ACTS?

    Children from impoverished families in 3 provinces are given the chance to attend and complete their primary education, increasing opportunities for a better future and fullness of life.

    The ACTS project is part of a holistic programme that aims to help families break out of the poverty cycle. It is integrated with other projects such as business and agriculture training; water and sanitation.

    Implementation

    Children will be provided with school uniforms, books, bags, snacks and necessary resources to able to attend school. Very poor families who rely on the children working to help provide for the family will also be compensated with rice to help ease the pressure enabling the child to stay in school. The children will be assisted in their studies through a regular study club, headed up by volunteers from the church.

    A support example:  $120 NZD for a school pack for a child with school uniform, books, stationery and tuition fee for a year.

     

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    Great Commission Institute Training in Mongolia – Reaching the Next Generation

    lthough the number of churches has increased dramatically to over 500 congregations nationwide, believers have yet to influence society beyond the church walls, while the task of transforming the community and influencing their culture is generally misunderstood and is widely neglected.

    For this reason, Genesis-AOM developed a new level of transformational mission training to add to their existing church leadership training program (the Great Commission Institute), training almost 500 pastors and lay leaders with the goal of increasing the influence of churches and Christians in today’s society and their local communities.

    Over the next year

    • 120 pastors and church leaders in Ulaanbaatar city will gain a solid biblical understanding of andcommitment to transformational mission initiatives.
    • 120 churches will be challenged to engage in transformational mission.
    • 10 churches will be selected to be equipped to partner with Genesis-AOM to develop life values in high school students through the LifeSkills course assist 7000 Mongolian children to develop good character through a weekly training program.
    • strengthen 5000 families through building good values in their children.
    • enhance education in 30 schools in Ulaanbaatar city and Nalaikh town through providing ethics training to supplement the national curriculum.
    • provide 600 sets of winter clothing to enable impoverished children to continue to attend school through winter (through the Winter Kits project).
    A support example: $130 NZD for a pastor to receive GCI training.
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    LifeSkills Values Education Project in Mongolia

    In Mongolia, recent prosperity has been undermined by the weak values and ethics of those in power. Additionally, during the struggle to survive the economic depression of the 1990’s many parents failed to impart appropriate values to their children and the results of this are now being seen throughout society. Parents, teachers and Government officials now realize that there is a desperate need for ethics and morality training to the younger generation.

    Genesis-AOM has responded to this need by developing the LifeSkills Values Education program, which is focused on developing good character and values in children; enabling them to see that having appropriate values benefits themselves, their families and society as a whole.

    A two-year pilot program run in state schools in Nalaikh and Ulaanbaatar, involving just over 1000 students, has been very successful and school directors in those regions are requesting that the project be extended to cover all students.

    Over the next three years Genesis-AOM will:

    • assist 7000 Mongolian children to develop good character through a weekly training program.
    • strengthen 5000 families through building good values in their children.
    • enhance education in 30 schools in Ulaanbaatar city and Nalaikh town through providing ethics training to supplement the national curriculum.
    • provide 600 sets of winter clothing to enable impoverished children to continue to attend school through winter (through the Winter Kits project).
    A support example: $70 NZD for a child to receive the LifeSkills training for 9 months.
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    Winter Kits project in Mongolia

    Winter Kits focuses on the physical needs of children, providing them with a set of winter clothing (including a thick jacket, warm trousers, scarf and gloves) that will enable them to attend school throughout winter and reduce the incidence of winter-related illness.

    A support example: $90 NZD for a child to receive a kit of winter clothing
    suited to -30 deg temperatures, comprising a warm jacket, boots, hat, scarf and gloves.