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Nearly half the population of West African Cameroon has viewed CBN WorldReach's TV programs, broadcast in French and English across their nation.
Children in remote villages of the Philippines are enjoying "Happy Kids" camps cooperatively hosted by CBN WorldReach and Operation Blessing.
CBN Thailand produces a popular children's TV program, "Pen Dek," which means "Being a Kid." More than 15,000 children have responded to the program.
CBN WorldReach's concert team reaches children in Ukraine with "A Celebration with Superbook Club" events.
The number of people responding to CBN's Asian TV programs, radio programs, and other efforts from CBN Philippines are increasing significantly.
CBN Thailand partnered with a local church for their fourth Annual Kid's Camp. 115 children and parents learned about Jesus.
Several Cambodian churches are collecting and forwarding children's letters to CBN from young fans of CBN's TV program, "Super Kids Club."
CBN's popular Spanish program, Vida Dura, has a new Facebook page for viewer interaction.
CBN Philippines launched a new TV program "Kausaban," which means "transformation" in Bisaya, the native language.
Children in Thailand spent the day at an aquarium with the host from the popular TV program, CBN WorldReach's "Pen Dek"
The German 700 Club reaches it's homeland, Austria, and Switzerland and more through it's website and Facebook page.
CBN Indonesia's Jawaban.com features radio, live chat with prayer counselors, and daily devotions.
CBN Television programs reach more than 37 million people in India and are produced in four different Indian languages.
CBN's "Superbook" presented in Costa Rica at the annual Fun Festival by the City of God church to nearly 1000 children.
700 Club Costa Rica has a new Co-Host.
Some churches in Hong Kong and China are using episodes of the 700 Club Hong Kong as teaching tools.
Several CBN partners ventured to and helped out in an Indonesian orphanage supported by CBN funds.
A television station in Africa is now broadcasting Christian TV in Luganda, the native language of over 10 million people.