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This year we were able to feed more than 60,000 children daily. At our 380 feeding sites, we can feed a child, on average, for only $9 per month.
Our partners fully funded more than 40 children's homes around the world—caring for more than 1,100 children daily.
Through Festival of Life conferences in Zimbabwe and India, Joyce shared the Gospel with more than 768,000 people. Nearly 200,000 committed their lives to Christ through these conferences.
A disaster-stricken year left many without homes, clean water, food and electricity. Thankfully, our partners enabled us to help immediately after each disaster including earthquakes in Haiti, Chile and China, and flooding in Mexico, Pakistan and Tennessee.
In 2010, we opened new clinics in Egypt and South Africa. We also held medical clinics in Nicaragua, Zimbabwe, Papua New Guinea, India and Ethiopia—treating more than 16,000 patients. We continue to serve patients through hospitals and clinics in India, Ethiopia, Cambodia and Haiti.
Joyce's books have been translated into 82 languages. Her Enjoying Everyday Life® program airs on TV and radio in 42 languages on nearly 450 TV stations and 400 radio stations—reaching a potential audience of 4.5 billion.
The prison ministry team hit an important milestone this year, distributing the 2 millionth hygiene gift bag in Harare, Zimbabwe. This year, prison ministry teams visited 265 prisons worldwide. In all, we distributed more than 197,000 gift bags to prisoners, each including hygiene items and a Joyce Meyer book.
In June, The Gabrielle House, a home for women rescued from human trafficking, opened in Thailand. The house will serve as a safe refuge where women can find restoration and hope for a new future. We also continue to support the women's home in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the Transformation Center in Mumbai, India, the Los Angeles Dream Center and the A21 Project in Greece.
The Dream Center serves inner-city St. Louis through nearly 40 ministries year-round, including a food pantry, clothing boutique, many children's programs and more. In 2010, the St. Louis Dream Center served more than 243,000 meals and visited nearly 60,000 through area homes, nursing and senior communities, including children outreaches.
Hand of Hope, through the incredible support of the friends and partners of Joyce Meyer Ministries, works diligently to provide fresh water throughout countries like India, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, South Africa and Tanzania. In 2010, we were able to install 16 Well of Life projects, which include a church and a bore well, in Asia. To date, we've dug 370 bore wells.
2009 Year in Review