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In case you missed it, you can read Part 1 here.

09/10/2020 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern’s (ICC) research estimated 80% of the Egyptian Christian population lost their employment overnight due to COVID-19. Restrictions shut down the daily labor market affecting Christians like Nady.

Nady’s wife, Maryam, his five-year-old son, Youssef, and parents had no support. In the midst of this challenge Nady realized he could create a small business meeting local grocery demands.

ICC partnered with Nady to purchase a Tok Tok, a three-wheeled motorcycle commonly used for transportation. Nady planned to use his Tok Tok to deliver groceries and other supplies, first in his village, and eventually in other villages.

The Tok Tok cost only $312.00 to purchase. There was an outpouring of gratitude from Nady. He felt the affirmation of God’s faithfulness and provision in his moment of complete despair.

On Sunday, find out how ICC and Nady’s partnership impacted his life and the life of his family.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1599742908642{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]

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