To provide financial assistance to 350 children (including orphaned, disabled and internally displaced children) to attend school.
To provide medical care, income generating activities and community development activities in the child sponsorship communities.
To provide 70 vulnerable patients with free medical treatment, transport, and a balanced diet while being treated to improve healing.
To provide 60 young people on the streets with vocational training and psychosocial support to enable them to gain employment and reintegrate into society.
To provide chaplaincy services for patients at HEAL Africa hospital, attending to their spiritual needs.
Straddling the Equator, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), is the second largest country in Africa after Algeria. The 61 million inhabitants comprising 250 ethnic groups speaking 700 local languages endure one of the world's lowest living standards. War, government corruption, neglected public services and depressed copper and coffee markets are contributing factors. Our ministry partners in the DRC work specifically with people who are hearing impaired, have severe medical needs, or are vulnerable children or orphans.