Footsteps in action!
This issue we feature two great photos sent to us by readers. Many thanks to Madeleine in Cameroon and Matthew in Tanzania.
Top photo: Footsteps live on the airwaves in Cameroon. Radio Salaaman uses our French version of Footsteps as content in its programmes. Merci!
PO Box 1010, Garoua, Cameroon
Bottom photo: This photo shows women being trained to dry fruit and vegetables. Content from Footsteps was used in preparing the training course. Thank you TAREA (Tanzania Renewable Energy Association)!
PO Box 32643, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
We have started ‘Projet Haricot’ – a project growing beans. Our plants are growing well and bringing joy to our hearts. We’d like to make contact with other bean producers to exchange ideas and experiences.
Thank you and may God bless you,
National President of NGO ‘MEVAS’,
Coges Tiaha, BP 317 Dabou,
Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
Thank you for the health information you featured in Footsteps 87. After reading it, I recognised the signs of diabetes in myself and decided to have a test. It turned out that I did indeed have Type 2 diabetes. It’s opened my eyes to the problem and I have told many people, including our church Sunday school leaders and the cotton producers’ group which I lead and they have shared the information with others.
Sossoukpe Yaovi Senyo, Togo
Editor’s note: We received this letter as part of our readership survey. It has been moving to read your amazing stories of transformation and we have been so encouraged. If you haven’t yet returned the questionnaire, please do so as soon as you can, so that we keep you on the Footsteps mailing list for the future.
Looking for information
Dear Footsteps readers,
I am seeking information on the causes of weight loss, and the treatment of amoebas, constipation and tooth decay. And finally I want to know how to start a community radio project including how to find funding for it!
Evangelist Emmanuel Nsingi,
Asbl ASDCI, PO BOX 13786, Kinshasa 1,
Democratic Republic of Congo