Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation is not just a reservation; it is a Sovereign Nation within the United States, and is home to approximately 250,000 Navajo people. The Navajo land is spread across the states of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado and covers an area totaling 16,000,000 acres.

Since the early 1970’s, drought has been prevalent, many Navajo communities suffer from a high rate of unemployment and few opportunities available to youth., The Navajo people and their traditional lifestyle are under substantial stress brought about by rapid change in their society. Many Navajo communities lack the necessary resources to initiate positive social change or to generate a healthy local economy. Even when resources are available, the need for training and support in utilizing resources often stifles attempts at growth and advancement.

In 2001, World Servants teams began working with Pete Belon of Cornerstone Ministries and several Navajo churches to provide facilities such as community centers and tutoring halls for the Navajo youth. World Servants has mobilized more than 900 people, equipped with building supplies and most importantly the love of Christ to work alongside the Navajo people.

Navajo Nation
Mar 04, 2018 - Mar 10, 2018Smith LakeIntergen./FamilyView Trip
Mar 11, 2018 - Mar 17, 2018Smith LakeIntergen./FamilyView Trip
Jun 10, 2018 - Jun 16, 2018Smith LakeIntergen./FamilyView Trip
Jul 01, 2018 - Jul 07, 2018Red RockIntergen./FamilyView Trip
Jul 08, 2018 - Jul 12, 2018Red RockIntergen./FamilyView Trip
Jul 15, 2018 - Jul 21, 2018Red RockIntergen./FamilyView Trip

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