About 200 join Palm Sunday procession in Côte d’Ivoire


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Social Concerns
Students learn how to draw and mark measurements on sewing material during a lesson at the United Methodist Church Women Training Center in Bugembe, Uganda. The center works with women, youth, rape survivors, displaced people and others in the community. The goal is to improve livelihoods through vocational training and education. Photo by Gad Maiga, UM News.

Grants enrich United Methodist outreach in East Africa

Partners UMC Ministries and Harper Hill Global raised more than $13,000 to assist projects in the Uganda-South Sudan Conference.
Immigration
A guide using a raft made from inner tubes ferries people across the Suchiate River from Guatemala into Mexico near Ciudad Hidalgo. Migrants routinely cross the border into Mexico here, many of them hoping to eventually make their way to the United States. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

Photo essay: Strangers and sojourners

As record numbers of migrants continue to cross Mexico’s southern border, the Methodist Church of Mexico is seeking new ways to be in ministry with immigrant families on the move. UM News accompanied church leaders and longtime partners as they sought ways to help. Mike DuBose reports.
Theology and Education
Theocracy Tasweranadzo, 10, raises his hand in class at Munyarari Primary School in Mutare, Zimbabwe. A former student at The United Methodist Church’s mission school has created a scholarship program for the three best students in each class. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

Mission school alumnus gives students a boost

Now a prominent businessman, Isaiah Musabayana launched a scholarship program for students at two United Methodist mission schools he attended in the mid-1980s.