SSMN Missions

January 2014 Mission Trip

SSMN/SSCC sent a 12 person team to Saint Louis.  We taught in the local school, assisted in the completion of the vocational school, ran a medical clinic for the community and for the "street boys" who are regularly cared for by the church at Yoonu Njup.  We also had the privilege to partcipate in the Vocational school's dedication ceremony.

 

Spring 2012 Mission Trip

SSMN/SSCC sent a 12 person team to once again assist the Yoonu Njup Community Center and it's leadership in reaching out to their community.  This time the medical team took care and teaching into community homes where we were met with gratitude and excitement. We also started an immunization program for the "street boys".  In addition we made substantial progress on the vocational school which is projected to be complete in June 2013.

Spring 2011 Mission Trip

SSMN in partnership with South Shore Community Church sent 11 people to work in the Yoonu Njup Community Medical center in St. Louis, Senegal. We also ran a clinic for the"street boys". In total we treated about 250 people. In addition we began construction on the Vocational school which will house and train many of the homeless teen boys in the community.

 

 

November 2010 Mission Trip

Ken Roderick traveled to Senegal in November to work with a Senegalese contractor in order to better lead construction teams on future trips. Now that’s commitment!  He is now assisting in the design of the new vocational school.  This is a very exciting project that will have a tremendous impact on the homeless boys who have no hope of a job without education and training.  Ken has taken the lead on this project and his knowledge and skills have proven invaluable.

Spring 2010 Mission Trip

SSMN in partnership with South Shore Community Church sent 9 people to work with a local Senegalese couple and several C&MA missionaries.  Our work was centered in the Yoonu Njup Community Center located in the poorest district of St. Louis, Senegal. We ran a medical clinic for the elderly and cared for "street boys". In total we treated about 250 people. In addition we held several education sessions for the local medical personnel and health education classes for teen girls involved in the community center. It was a great time of bridge building and gaining a vision for the work to be done.

This trip serves as a first step in a long term partnership in this community. Watch a video of this trip.

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