Harvest Hands International - Building Communities for Jesus

Updates on Anatolia.

written by Emily Embabazi

 While working with vanilla farmers in Ibanda District, we found eight year old Anatoli Nuwandinda with club feet and we brought him to OURS for orthopedic correction in February 2012. Anatoli now walks, although not well yet...but he can’t wait to play football with his friends. 

I met up with him and his mother as they were coming from rehab; With a smile on his happy innocent face, he promised to walk to places he dreamt of going and play football with his friends. “I can now walk by myself to church, visit my grandmother and I’m no longer shy about myself. I have a hen and eight hundred Ugandan shillings at home to bring to this man who helped me. Without directions, I’ll bring them to his home and thank him for what he has done for me.”  In a period of a few months, this young boy who crawled from one place to another, can now walk. Isn’t God so wonderful?


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Harvest Hand’s mission is to work with people that are disadvantaged and vulnerable, putting Jesus at the centre of the work, and forming partnerships, programs, projects and small business enterprises which transform local communities to provide for themselves and give witness to God’s love and presence.


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