Cabbage Patch Kid

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Amir, a South Sudanese refugee child in Ethiopia, is thrilled with his big cabbage and proud that he can carry it.

Amir’s father, Abdu Ibrahim, moved his family to Ethiopia to escape the territorial conflict in Blue Nile State between Sudan and South Sudan. Refugee families are depend on handouts, but World Vision’s assistance helped to make Amir’s family self sufficient.

Joel 2:25 says: “‘I will repay you for the years the locusts have eaten…’”

If last year was a hardship for you, as it was for Amir’s family, humbly ask God for hope and assurance to face the future.

 

Photo ©2014 World Vision, Tessema Getahun

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