yellow saddle beak stork taking off with a wing span of more than 10 feetWater Buck looks as if he sat on a toilet seat with set paintElephant disturbed by our presenceKing Fisher BirdSidney with elephant she rode, up close and personalWayne, Sidney, and CJ walked with the CheetahsZebras just blending inMale KuduOstrich racing our vehicleA Pride of young lionsHippos kill more humans than any other animalHyena waiting for his next victimMother Baboon and babyYoung LeapoardMale Baboon – his teeth are actually longer and more vicious than a lions’sVillagers in a remote Bush Village waiting for us to receive urgently needed Mosquito NetsChildren in the village waiting for HHTH to bring out the shoes they anxiously hope1400 people wait for the distribution of shoesHHTH helps the Creches. They received tables, chairs, supplies and foodZimbabwean Boy guards his package of food from his sponsorWash day at the Mutale RiverFood distribution for 25 orphans in the town of MasisiThe orphansHHTH helps, badly need the necessities of lifeTshifhiwa is under nourished, now his sponsor, through HHTH gets him a 3 month supply of food every 3 months. He now gets a steady supply and does better in schoolParents repair classroom floors, HHTH furnished the suppliesOur Menstrual Pad Ministry. CJ gives the girls 3 washable, reusable pads. This allows them not to miss 4 to 5 days a month for lack of padsDistributing mosquito nets in a remote villageAt last! CJ, Wayne, and Sidney make sure every man, woman and child got a beautiful pair of shoesEach year HHTH distributes 50 nets for each of the five villages in South AfricaThis lady is digging a hole with a cup to help build the coop for chickensLadies wait in line to get water. They will carry it home on their headAn African woman starts her day by going into the woods and breaking off branches which they carry home to start the fire, make their daily “mealie”Overcrowded classrooms make it necessary for some students to meet outsideHHTH did a Bible drive in Michigan, and was able to give out over 500 BiblesPhillipi warms by the fire awaiting his breakfast of mealieA local worship service. They dance to the heartbeat of a drum.Young ladies proudly wear their traditional clothes and jewelryBags sewed by Sidney and volunteers are distributed each year to our 130 orphans and filled with shoes, school supplies and toiletriesThis girl is fortunately now under the care of one of our sponsors. For only $30. a month, a child can be sponsored. They are then on the HHTH food program where they receive a steady supply of food, and once a year they receive shoes, clothes, and other necessities.typical toys for the childrenJanco (HHTH Guide and Liaison for Africa) drinks in the peace and beauty of the Mutale River at SunsetSidney distributes Nguvas, traditional dress (wrap skirt and headdress) she sewed for all the guardians of our 130 orphansRain brought the level of the Mutale River up to the point the local children could jump in with joy to cool down and playHHTH sponsors gardens to provide their family with foodAudrey, from Kenwood Church, crochets 100 hats for children in need. They are thrilled to get these bright head covers from cold and insectsVolunteers help install the water tank (donated by Dr. Hamouda) at the Palace of Mercy Youth Center and Orphanage.Fhetani H.S. orphans are allowed to “shop” amongst the many items HHTH brings that provide them with the barest necessitiesMasisi Village children who are hungry and need clothesYearly training for teenagers in Leadership and problem solvingThe Guardians get so excited about getting something new, that they put them on to dance and singHHTH found many elderly in the Monde Village in Zimbabwe who were lanquishing from hunger. We provided them with survival packages of foodThey had no one to take care of them and had resigned themselves to starvation. When they received the food, they were joyful.HHTH has drilled several wells to bring the villages waterHHTH gives out 800 washable, reusable menstrual pads and toiletries for girls of age(L to R) Pastor Buldeli, Sidney, CJ, and Janco pray for success in drilling for water for the Youth Center and OrphanageParticipants who get to attend the one day training HHTH gives in leadership and Problem SolvingFeeding and Clothing the hungryMashonga’s Chicken Project has changed his family’s life from poverty to provisionHHTH built this Palace of Mercy Youth Center and Orphanage in 2018Part of Palace of Mercy Complex; Kitchen, Pantry, Office, and PorchOur Hat MinistryFood Distribution Program for 25 orphans in Masisi VillageFeeding the Elderly. This lady is 101 years oldFood Distribution for 60 Orphans in Monde, Zimbabwe. Kai and Shana Schuette sponsor 29 of these orphansPlay ground for Palace of Mercy donated by Sam SimonenkoSewing Project started with “Memory” who we also hire to sew Menstrual PadsSurvival Food Distribution in the Villages Help Our Cause You can contribute to this valuable work by simply clicking the Donate button. Helping Hands will appreciate whatever you can give. Any amount helps this work.