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A Letter from Mr. Robert Holloway, Agriculture/Medical Missionary
"Because of SoyaPower, protein enriched soy milk and akara used as weaning food can save the lives of babies whose mothers have the virus. Praise God!" ...... Robert Holloway

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Dear Sirs:
Thank you for selling a great product called SoyaPower. I am a missionary and now have 6 of your SoyaPower soymilk makers in operation at the Presbyterian Embangweni Mission Hospital at Embangweni, Malawi. The units are saving the lives of undernourished children, orphans and babies who no longer nursed by their mothers.
50% of the mothers giving birth at the hospital have HIV/AIDS. The virus is transmitted to the baby through the breast milk. The babies are now given an inoculation that will last about 6 months. If they continue to receive breast milk from their mother, the virus will infect the child and death will occur within 3 to 4 years or sooner.
 
Because of SoyaPower, protein enriched soy milk and akara used as weaning food can save the lives of babies whose mothers have the virus. Praise God!
 
My wife is a RN and my son is a surgeon. My degree is in agriculture. I teach soybean and maize production, shallow well installation and treadle pump irrigation. We are short term volunteers and pay for all of our expenses.

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People have donated a total of 28 SoyaPower soy milk makers. We at Sanlinx will match 100% of every donation. If you would like to make a donation, please contact us. We will handle all paper work and shipment to Mr. Halloway and he will in turn arrange shipment of the machines to Malawi, Africa. Mr. Halloway will send a personal thank-you letter and report the actual shipment of the machines to Malawi.

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Nurse/Midwife Mercy Ngwira using the SoyaPower to process her own soybeans into soymilk and okara for her children

 

 

Agnes, wife of the Head of Station at the Embangweni Hospital using the SoyaPower. Agnes also grew her own soybeans.

Orphans tasting soy milk for the first time. Children are given meat once each week. Soy milk will provide the needed protein in their all starch diets

 

 

Alene Holloway, RN, serving soy milk made from the SoyaPower.

 

Please join us at Sanlinx Inc. to donate more SoyaPower soy milk makers to help these children. If you contact us. You will contribute directly to the Agriculture/Medical missionary. We will match your contributions.
These pictures touched our souls. Join us and do something! We at Sanlinx Inc. will match any contribution for sending more SoyaPowers to help these children in addition to the contributions we already made or are making.
Holloway Farms
Love Thy Neighbor
Robert Holloway
Agriculture/Medical Missionary
Holloway Farms
11818 Holloway Road
Sparta, IL 62286 USA
 
February 7, 2007
 
Sanlinx Inc.
Morristown, TN 37814
 
Dear Sirs:
 
Thank you for selling a great product called SoyaPower. I am a missionary and now have 6 of your SoyaPower soymilk makers in operation at the Presbyterian Embangweni Mission Hospital at Embangweni, Malawi. The units are saving the lives of undernourished children, orphans and babies who no longer nursed by their mothers.

50% of the mothers giving birth at the hospital have HIV/AIDS. The virus is transmitted to the baby through the breast milk. The babies are now given an inoculation that will last about 6 months. If they continue to receive breast milk from their mother, the virus will infect the child and death will occur within 3 to 4 years or sooner.
 
Because of SoyaPower, protein enriched soy milk and akara used as weaning food can save the lives of babies whose mothers have the virus. Praise God!
 
My wife is a RN and my son is a surgeon. My degree is in agriculture. I teach soybean and maize production, shallow well installation and treadle pump irrigation. We are short term volunteers and pay for all of our expensed. To attract other volunteers to work at the mission station, we have a 10 bedroom home next to the hospital. The guesthouse has modern bath rooms with showers, laundry, dinning room and a great cook. The kitchen is used to teach the hospital staff and school teachers how to use the SoyaPower and soymilk and akara in their diets.
 
There are 5 Presbyterian Hospitals in Malawi. Each hospital serves from 50,000 to 90,000 people. Embangweni is the first and only hospital that is processing soybeans into milk and akara. Many more units are needed. I will buy more units as I am able to raise the funds. If any of your business contacts, churches, clubs, etc. will fund more SoyaPowers, I will deliver the units to the hospitals. My wife, son and 4 grandchildren and I will return to Malawi in late July.
 
Enclosed is a DVD showing our 2006 work. The units are especially good for the families of the hospital staff. It is necessary to keep the hospital staff healthy and able to give the needed care. When we loose a nurse, technician etc, he or she generally are irreplaceable. There is only one American doctor at the Embangweni Hospital. The hospital delivers an average of 150 babies each month. Soymilk is needed.
 
In the service of Christ,
 
Robert W. Holloway

 

The newest letter from Mr. Robert Holloway below. Even with 28 SoyaPower Soymilk Makers at work, "milk are rationed and more SoyaPower units are needed!" 
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