Infant and Young Child Feeding Projects

  • —Operating our own projects in response to famine, crisis and droughts.
  • —Additionally, supporting local orphanages, hospitals, and ministries for street children where they receive the life-saving food they need, while ministering the love of Jesus.
  • —Supplement dietary needs with high nutrient supplements, locally produced if feasible.

Animals, Agriculture & Economics

  • —Provide dairy animals, chickens and other livestock for subsistence farming.
  • —Develop agricultural programs designed to teach farming to communities providing food and potential revenue from crop sales.
  • —Provide farmers with drought-tolerant seeds, equipment, and training in rainwater harvesting and irrigation techniques, helping produce bountiful crops.

Home Grown School Feeding

  • —In the broadest sense, home grown school feeding is a school feeding program that provides food produced and purchased within a country to the extent possible.
  • —Increase small-scale farmers’ production practices and access to the school feeding market, thereby increasing their income.
  • —Increase direct purchase from smallholders, reducing the roles of other participants in the supply chain who diminish their purchasing power.
  • —Create an enabling environment for small-scale farmers to access markets by providing market information, promoting aggregate supply and advocating for rules, regulations and incentives for smallholder procurement.

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)

  • —Establish freshwater wells and boreholes in support of agricultural initiatives and prevention of waterborne disease.
  • —Promote properly built latrines greatly reducing the spread of waterborne disease and prevent diarrhea, one of the leading causes of death among children.
  • —Conduct workshops that focus on personal hygiene, hand washing with soap, food preparation, household sanitation, and proper waste disposal.

Construction Projects

  • —School Construction/Upgrades for education opportunities to help break the cycle of poverty.
  • —Church Construction Projects for facilities for physical and spiritual healing.
  • —Housing Construction Projects to provide shelter for homeless families.

Medical Missions

  • —Common ailments often go undetected in many developing countries and quickly become a matter of life or death.
  • —Provide obstetric supplies, medicine, vitamins, and specialized training are among the ways we improve the well-being of pregnant women and mothers of newborns in remote villages and impoverished communities.
  • —Supply surgical equipment, oxygen concentrators, X-ray systems, patient monitors, stethoscopes, ECG recorders, and other items to parts of the world where quality medical provisions are in short supply.