Across the region where Lahash works, the pandemic response measures vary by country, by district, by county, and by city and town. Governments and local jurisdictions are employing a variety of approaches in response to the rising and falling of...

In rural Tanzania, many children do not have access to education because of poverty, or because their help is needed at home to run the household or take care of animals and farmland. Those who get to go to school...

2021 marks the 12th year that the Lahash community set aside March as Rice & Beans Month. Each year, participants have simplified their meals for the month (or for Lent) and donated their savings to help increase nutrition for the...

We are closing out this Month Of Prayer with grateful hearts. Thank you to all of you who joined our Global Prayer Gathering over Zoom on Saturday, and to all of you everywhere for how you've joined us in setting a strong...

The Lahash community is beginning this new year of ministry together with prayer. We just released the 2021 Lahash Prayer Guide for you to use now and throughout the year ahead. Click the link to view, download, or print the new...

The Lahash global community is beginning this new year of ministry together with prayer. As we focus each week on a specific region where Lahash works along with a current issue that the children across East Africa are facing, we thank you...

During January, we're inviting you to join the global Lahash community as we begin this new year of ministry with prayer! Each week this month, we will focus our prayers on a specific region where Lahash works, as well as...

For the past 15 years, God has graciously worked through Lahash, our ministry partners, and each of you to bring hope and holistic care to hundreds of kids across East Africa. As we celebrate this milestone, we’re excited about a $15,000...

We’ve all learned some new terms during this pandemic, one of them being “Zoom fatigue.” Having meetings and gatherings online can certainly be tiring. But last week the Lahash staff and ministry partners in East Africa had the opposite experience....