Tanzania Africa 2001
Produced by Kristi Spurlin Assisted by Ross Bielanski Originally Recorded by Guy Sprulin Tanzania, Africa, 2001 Mixed by Bret Wice and Ross Bielanski On SunTea Mobile Studios Mariposa, California, December 2009 Engineered and Mastered by Ross Bielanski He was an ordinary dirt farmer with an extraordinary vision. Eliudi Issangya was born in 1948 in the small village of Sakila in northern Tanzania, East Africa. In his early 20's, Eliudi felt God calling him to be not only an evangelist, but to impact thousands of Africans through humanitarian aid and outreach. Since then this revelation has given birth to a trade school teaching young people job skills, a free primary school for children grades Kindergarten through 7th, water well drilling at no cost to the recipients, the founding of New Hope Orphanage, on site agriculture, and much needed medical facilities beginning with a day clinic and eventually culminating in a hospital. It is the medical facilities that will benefit from the proceeds of this CD. Beginning in 2010, a clinic will be built for the health needs of Sakila Village. Property has been secured with two existing buildings which will be joined and added to in order to ultimately provide day surgery capability. Medical teams have been traveling to Sakila to give medical help to the local people for several years. This clinic, with the help of supporters, will enable them to do so much more. If you would like to help with this medical outreach, please contact the New Hope International Hospital (NHIH) office in the State of Washington by telephone (253-238-5820), by mail at P.O. Box 1767, Poulsbo, WA 98370, or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Both IEO and NHIH are 501(c)(3) corporations. You will be receipted for all donations. Thank you.