Hundreds of Mormons in Nairobi set to offer service at Kenyatta National Hospital
The educational plight of children living with cancer is rarely highlighted by members of the general society. This is more so when these children are hospitalized and have to miss school, sometimes for years.
At the request of Brazil's Ministry of Sports, around 1,000 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Brazil are volunteering their time to help Brazil host the 2014 World Cup.
Mormons and their friends—those 18 years old and older—are taking part in Brazil Volunteer, the volunteer force behind this year's World Cup and other events such as the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. They’re trained to receive visitors at airports and work at tourist sites and other popular locations during the World Cup, which lasts from June 12 through July 13.
The Church calls on religious leaders to support the efforts of Kenya's Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Inter-religious Council of Kenya (IRCK) in the Polio Vaccination Campaign of June 2014.
Kenya’s Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Inter-religious Council of Kenya (IRCK) have issued a statement calling on all religious leaders and their congregations to be part of the upcoming Polio Vaccination Campaign.
There are over 10,000 LDS Senior Missionaries serving in hundreds of countries across the world including 14 in Kenya and Tanzania.
LDS Senior Missionaries of the Church bless lives across the world. They are often retired couples who apply to the Church to serve a full-time mission and after receiving their assignments, they are sent to countries where governments allow the Church to operate.
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