Partners

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Action Ministry

Reaching africa’s most vulnerable people

Action Ministry was founded in 2004 by Peter Ochiel.  Motivated by those who stepped into his story to support him and his education, Peter’s vision is to reach people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and Action faithfully does so by reaching out to marginalized citizens and communities such as social outcasts, orphans, widows, destitute families, and slum dwellers. 

Action meets this mission in several capacities across Kenya. In Mombasa, Action works in a leper colony called Blessed Camp, providing education, medical care, church programs, and feeding programs, as well as community empowering income-generating activities. In Mombasa’s Bangladesh slum, Action runs education sponsorship programs for children and helps support their families. In Got-Osimbo, Peter’s hometown, Action has dug water wells and is planning to build a new high-school.

 
 
 
 
 
 

DRC Orphan Care

healing in Sierra Leone

Frozen in fear, Jonathan used his 6’1” frame to make his daughter, hanging on his back, invisible as he knelt in front of “Killer,” the aptly-named rebel leader who had been sent to destroy Jonathan’s compound – and kill everyone there ... 

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Ellilta - Women at Risk

rising up leaders in sudan

Gabriel has been a part of our teaching network for years; easily one of the best teachers we have in South Sudan. He’s dedicated his life to training the next generation of leaders on everything from values to civic leadership; from emotional wellbeing to collective development. When the war resettled him in a refugee camp in Northern Uganda, he pressed on – gathering his students – continuing to teach…

 
 
 
 
 

New Dawn Academy

finding new hope in old places

Rachel didn’t want to go to the trauma healing training class. In fact, she didn’t want to do much of anything. What was the point? Even after learning about trauma and ways she could help her students to begin to heal, she would still be stuck raising children of her own, in a refugee camp of over a quarter million people…