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Everyone deserves a life of hope. Yet many people and communities affected by war and natural disasters are struggling to rebuild their lives with very little hope for the future. There is so much disparity in the standard of living and quality of life right throughout the world. Some live in opulent affluence and many others live in abject poverty.

After visiting the war ravaged area in the North of Sri Lanka in 2012 and 2013 , Esha Begho ( nee Durayappah) founded Miracle Restoration Ministries Inc. in 2014 with a desire to help rebuild  the lives of the destitute and those affected by war to bring hope and happiness to their lives.  We are committed to seeing lives and communities restored with hope for the future.

Miracle Restoration Ministries Inc. is a registered charity with the ACNC (Australian Charities and not for profit commission).

Our Mission

Our work has been mainly based in the north east of Sri Lanka (though not confined to this region) in areas that need help with rebuilding .

Our goal is to help in the vital area of building the needed infrastructure to assist in economic and social rehabilitation of the people living in these areas.

                                 

Our Mission is to lend a helping hand to lift people out of poverty and hopelessness.

In the past three years, the organisation has helped to provide domestic water supply and to assist with training and education program which is an immediate benefit to them. We hope in the future to help with housing for widows and the disabled, medical and educational equipment for hospitals and schools. We also hope to help in ways possible to make the communities self sustaining. 

Join with us and be part of the restoration of the lives of deserving men, women and children as a restored life is a happy life. 

“And they shall rebuild the old ruins, they shall raise up the former desolation, and they shall repair the ruined cities, the desolation of many generations”    (Isaiah 61:4)    

 

                                           “Everyone deserves a life of hope”