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The Everett and Austin Project

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Bravely Facing Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy & other rare diseases in developing countries. 501c3 registered charity.

The Everett and Austin Project

6 days 23 hours ago

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6 days 23 hours ago

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1 week 4 hours ago

Listen to the Glee! Paul Collins & Josh Kassy first found the Kayongas for us at The Everett and Austin Project last September 3, 2019. They made this thrilling video of the Kayongas feeling so happy about the food we brought.

Paul Kayonga had been out looking for yams to eat for the family. The boys had been waiting on the porch for their dad to come home with food.

Yams in Uganda are NOT like sweet potatoes that we know in America. Yams in Uganda are very bland and not tasty at all. "Poor people" in Uganda eat yams..
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Just listen to Emma's glee when he says "rice!" He was so excited to get RICE to eat! The way that he says rice rings in my ears and my heart and keeps me motivated about helping them..
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Listen to Herbert behind Emma squealing and trying to jump about the rice..
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Think about it. They were excited to get a bag of RICE!

Please help us as we continue to serve the Kayongas and others like them at The Everett and Austin Project. Your prayer and care and donations are invaluable. Priceless really. God is good. 🙏🏼 See the full video on our YouTube Channel, which is "The Everett and Austin Project."

Listen to the Glee! Paul Collins & Josh Kassy first found the Kayongas for us at The Everett and Austin Project last September 3, 2019. They made this thrilling video of the Kayongas feeling so happy about the food we brought.

Paul Kayonga had been out looking for yams to eat for the family. The boys had been waiting on the porch for their dad to come home with food.

Yams in Uganda are NOT like sweet potatoes that we know in America. Yams in Uganda are very bland and not tasty at all. "Poor people" in Uganda eat yams.

Just listen to Emma's glee when he says "rice!" He was so excited to get RICE to eat! The way that he says rice rings in my ears and my heart and keeps me motivated about helping them.

Think about it. They were excited to get a bag of RICE!

Please help us as we continue to serve the Kayongas and others like them at The Everett and Austin Project. Your prayer and care and donations are invaluable. Priceless really. God is good. 🙏🏼

See the full video on our YouTube Channel, which is "The Everett and Austin Project."

The Everett and Austin Project

The Everett and Austin Project

1 week 2 days ago

Paul and Julius Kayonga need us right now. Please don't let them down.

#theeverettandaustinproject

The Everett and Austin Project

The Everett and Austin Project

1 week 2 days ago

$82? Donation link in bio.

The Everett and Austin Project

1 week 3 days ago

March 2020 Projects. Please recommend to potential donors. Thank you. 👊🏼

theeverettandaustinproject.org/march2020projects

The Everett and Austin Project

The Everett and Austin Project

1 week 3 days ago

theeverettandaustinproject.org/march2020projects

The Everett and Austin Project

The Everett and Austin Project

1 week 3 days ago

Deaths due to COVID-19 vs. deaths due to hunger since January 22, 2020 as of today, March 18, 2020. The first death due to COVID-19 was on January 22, 2020 and there have been 8908 deaths due to COVID-19 since January 22, 2020.

The COVID-19 stats are from www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/. The hunger stats that I used for this chart are from Reddit because Reddit's numbers are the most conservative - 8000 deaths due to hunger per day (reddit.com/r/worldpolitics/comments/fjjz27/hunger_kills_8000_children_a_day/).

Some say as much as 25000 people per day die from hunger.

8000 deaths due to hunger per day X 57 days since Jan 22, 2020.

#coronavirus #covid_19


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