It may seem strange to focus so much of our lives on Jesus Christ, but the wisdom of the gospel applies to everything from the purpose of life to how we approach our work, how we relate to others, even how we take care of our bodies. The teachings of Jesus Christ have more power to bring lasting inner peace, joy and happiness than all the success and pleasure the world can offer.
As ministers of the gospel, while we spread the good news of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to the poor, we coordinate the safe and responsible donation of product and service that could solve a problem, fill a need or enhance the lives of those in need who would otherwise have no access in Africa.
Extreme poverty is commonly defined as living on less than $1.25 per day. But extreme poverty is more than just a measure of daily income - it is the denial of basic freedoms and basic human dignity.
As a Christian Church missioanry organization, our missionary work in Africa is focused on sustainable intervention missions. Among other things, we provide sustainable assistance to underserved poor communities in Africa. The Bible instructs us in Galatians 6:2, to carry each other's burdens, so that we can fulfill the law of Christ. It means that true Christianity is demonstrated in giving to those in need most especially the poor.
We are a United States of America Internal Revenue Service approved 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization which operates as a Christian missionary organization. More than one-half of activities are conducted in, or directed at persons in foreign countries. We believe in transforming lives with the Love of Jesus Christ through social entrepreneurship. We also believe we can make a lasting difference in African youth and tomorrow’s leaders through our Social Entrepreneurship focusing on Financial Mentorship and Agro Business. Your donation qualifies as a charitable deduction for United States federal income tax purposes to the full extent otherwise allowed by law.
Our mission in Africa is to reduce poverty through education, sustainable assistance, sustainable self-help initiatives and empowerment.
Part of our mission is to render free preventative health education, self-help programs to assist needy individuals and families in underserved and poor rural communities in Africa. Coordinate the safe and responsible donation of essential medical supplies, supplements, turn-key agro allied technical assistance in food processing and packaging, food safety management training, financial well-being training, equipment and machinery from our members and partners in United States to benefit the those in need who would otherwise have no access in Africa.
Our missions aim is to instill the principles of total health and well-being. Provide the training and tools needed by our recipients to transform their situation in a sustainable way. Provide the most important health care information to the people who need it most. Save the most lives and prevent the most suffering.
We work with physicians and other healthcare providers, teachers, churches, individuals and patients to brake the cycle of poverty through social enterpreneurship, save lives and relieve suffering through nutritution health promotion and prevention of their most common and serious health conditions.
Based on the projected population by the year 2050 and the previous population, the population of Africa is estimated to reach 1.069 billion people in the year 2016. As a result, it still remains the second most populous continent in the world. The country with the largest population in Africa is Nigeria, estimated 178.5 million people in 2014, according to the latest census figures.
Our initial operations will focus on training in agro food processing, packaging and setting up pilot food processing facility in the South Eastern States of Nigeria. We believe that with the requisite knowledge, right certifications, and adoption of relevant modern technologies in agro foods processing, the Nigerian agro products industry can access and fully get integrated into global markets.
This is important in that most of what Nigerians currently produce are said to be consumed within the country. Only a small fraction of it is being exported. In view of Nigeria’s efforts at reviving its fortune in agriculture, as espoused by the Muhammadu Buhari Administration, agricultural products have been identified as a promising area for The African Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA) trade. However, much needs to be done to assist African countries in meeting the U.S. sanitary and phytosanitary standards, as a key requirement to access the global market.
Nigeria has struggled to lift its people out of poverty over the past three decades. That fact stands out in the World Bank’s 2017 Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals, which shows that 35 million more Nigerians were living in extreme poverty in 2013 than in 1990. The Atlas tracks the progress countries are making to meet 17 development goals set out by the United Nations, such as reducing economic inequality, the use of clean energy, and literacy rates. Among the 10 most populous countries for which data is available, only Nigeria recorded an increase in the number of citizens who live in extreme poverty over the period of the study. The Atlas defines “extreme poverty” as living on less than $1.90 a day.