Filmed in 2016 by four students from Chapman University, Dodge College of Films and Media Arts, this documentary tells the story of Innocent and Florisa Magambi and the work of There is Hope. Credits: Nick McDonald, Amanda Larsh, Caroline Roffe and Hannah Bradford.
Jacob’s Well - The Vision
Lorna Anupi works with Somali women refugees in Nairobi, Kenya, helping them to earn a living and find a purpose for themselves. Lorna has established programmes of learning and integration through computer skills, English language, tailoring and dressmaking. She has a vision to grow the project, in order to meet the current needs, by investing in more equipment, transport, facilities and staff.
Refugee for Life is the memoir of Innocent Magambi. Poignant stories of injustice and loss are framed in the context of day to day life in a refugee camp.
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ABOUT THE BOOK: You will hear the voices of genocide survivors, refugee advocates and many others, as they provide insight into the events that caused Innocent's displacement and subsequent life transformation.
You will cry and laugh as his journey across Africa becomes a journey of amazing significance, crammed with divine appointments which lead Innocent to establish an organisation that touches the lives of hundreds of people today.
Innocent candidly tells how his journey shaped his faith in God as he endured profound loss and overwhelming hardship. He also shares how his experience has influenced the mission and values of the refugee agency he founded, There Is Hope.
As we are living in an era marked by humanitarian disaster and forced displacement, this is a story that needs to be heard.