The Lahu people are an independent ethnic group that make their living largely through farming in the remote mountainous regions of Eastern Myanmar. Villages lack basic facilities such as health clinics and have limited water supplies. Villages often are required to move locations when their water supply and farming soil are depleted. Further, many villagers when seriously ill must travel long distances to the nearest town in Myanmar for treatment. With a heart for the Lahu people, Pastor Doudu, a pastor of a Lahu church in his village, has committed to ministering and improving the living conditions for Lahu villages in Shan State. He and his team provide medical help for health problems, build up the church and help improve facilities in the remote villages. With a growing number of Christians in Lahu villages, the project addresses the need to support new Christian communities and the villages by building churches and providing pastors to lead and encourage congregations.